Chalk pastel on black paper.

In this one, I actually did some symbolism on purpose. Having someone's head be hidden has special meanings. Hiding someone's head makes them look less human. If you hide your own head with a mask – let's say, to go and fight in the resistance without having your identity be known – you take away your human vulnerability. If you hide someone else's head, you take away their human agency. Here, the viewer is supposed to be disturbed by the objectification of the person in the picture.

I think I was in a hurry when I drew this one. I think the thing in the middle was supposed to be a plaque, as if the person was a museum exhibit, but it's not obvious what it is, and its perspective isn't correct compared with the rest of the picture.

Approximate readability: 6.46 (603 characters, 142 words, 9 sentences, 4.25 characters per word, 15.78 words per sentence)