I'm quite enjoying making repeat patterns. In fact it's becoming pretty addictive. As my technique refines, I delve into more layered communication. Each pattern has a storyline that is sometimes obvious and other times more subtle.
It's fun to make a collection of objects tell a story by way of placement, by just being there, or by its very absence.
Today I'm sharing this pattern called Spartan Bear.
It's the story of a reluctant Bear born into a clan of Spartan Warriors. Not your run of the mill, powerful and menacing Bear, but a kind hearted one who picked up the skills of wielding weapons, learned to tolerate bloodshed and trained his mind to do what is his destiny. And do it well.
|Spartan Bear By Pragya Kothari|