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Leucism, In Progress Pics and Timelapse, 2018

April 2, 2018
An oblique 3/4 portrait of a pale man. He has a shimmering animalistic flash in his eyes. His black hair is swaying in the wind. In the forefront are various black and white moths and butterflies fluttering into view.

This new work I made rather quickly. I had seen a few gorgeous pictures of some albino folks online. I often look at the albino color palette of skin, given my character Azra (and his counterpart Falco) are both leucistic, meaning they suffer from partial loss of pigmentation, mostly in their skin. Anyway, I like drawing bugs a lot, and I often see a flutter of bright white moths around my front porch light, so I got to thinking about the contrast of white on white and then black.

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