10+ Deep Illustrations By An Artist Who Understands The Reality Of Depression
By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory
When one is depressed, the world become a little less bright. Casual events or conversations which might have otherwise inspired delight are instead received as ordinary, if not downright depressing. Though this is a somber reality, it is one millions of individuals around the world struggle with every day.
While it is possible to overcome depression and view the world in color again, it’s an affliction which deserves to be acknowledged because it has become so pervasive in the modern world. One artist who understands this is DestinyBlue. The British illustrator uses Anime-inspired portraits to tell her personal story of struggling with depression.
Whether her intention is to convey her deep emotions or connect with others, it is unknown. What is common knowledge is that her work, which she began posting on DeviantArt in 2004, has become massively popular due to the vivid characters she imagines and her style of imagery.
‘Blue’, as her fans adoringly call her, uses Photoshop and CS6 to create all of her art. incredibly, she is self-taught. Following are 10+ of her deep illustrations which might inspire you or, at the very least, cause you to empathize with those who are struggling with depression.
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2) Forever is over.
3) Grow again.
4) She’s broken.
6) Friends set you free.
9) Trapped by school.
10) I’m fine.
11) If tears left scars.
12) I’m complicated.
15) One of us can be free…
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