Sunday, June 5, 2011

Avatar vs. Human Artistic Interpretation of Experience

I realize that some people, maybe most people, don't get the purpose of projecting a fictional avatar identity in addition to one's "real" human persona. Outside of it just being fun, I see it as a means to develop the ability to see both the world and our own experiences through multiple perspectives. Here's a small, personal example of how a single thought (Some days it all sounds like blah, blah, blah . . .) is interpreted differently through human and avatar artistic expression.


And avatar (from my last post):


Miso Susanowa said...

because maybe... some days... it IS all like blah,blah,blah!

Oh... you mean about avatars... :D

sororNishi said...

hhehehhe ...I love the video... I guess I'm easily amused.

DeNovo Broome said...

...oh, you think?