There appears to be a pattern in my life- struggling with drawing about missing women - because when you research it- it's really fucking sad. Women- have been murdered since the beginning of time and still are - out of convenience. Tired of your wife- per she's tired of you- heck murder is much cheaper than divorce - if you don't get caught.
& there are the countless times in history when a man "snaps". Women snap too- not as often... or as violently.
Oh I KNOW, I've said things to Norm that probably have had him drifting into an imagined land of no- no. I just read 67% of men actually have thought about murder - at some point, at some point we all have someone who has pissed us off to the point of wanting them dead. Hmmmm.. have I ever - yes, only for a brief moment and it's usually 'I wish he was dead'- as I have when thinking about men like Paul Bernardo... any human that murders a child.
I've never sat around planning the steps.
This book caught me off guard, and I am reminded to draw once again for women. :(
It was another book filled with twists and turns - I actually found myself illustrating it a bit
thinking about the water.
I do recommend this book, it twists right to the last page.. just like the river.
Mushrooms next.. I did not want to rush it.
With TLC & THC