Poetry is an expression, a journey through a person's thoughts. "L'epopea dell'ingannatore," "The Epic of the Deceiver," is an expressive collection of three poetic artworks that aim to convey a story of a being who is known to himself as the deceiver.
The artworks are in a narrative style, with the first piece being a mix of a first and second person point of view. The second piece is strictly a first person point of view. And the third is a third person point of view. Each to describe the poetic beauty.
Have you heard the legend? Words passed down through generations? Of a being who was so powerful, no-one could stand against him. His voice was like a soothing rope that tangled your body and caressed your mind. This is the Epic of the Deceiver. L'epopea dell'ingannatore is the first chapter of the three part poem of the same title “L'epopea dell'Ingannatore.” This chapter, written, read, and illustrated by Uadamen of All Fly Studios, depicts from a first and third person point of view the strength, elegance, deceitfulness, and in all, the dignity of the being who calls himself the “Deceiver”. The poem begins with the declaration, “To what distance”, claiming that the “Deceiver’s” ability and influence can reach anywhere. The poem ends with a sort of an unavoidable warning, with questions too see what level of authority the “Deceiver” has upon those who adore him.
È Facile Innamorarsi
It’s easy to fall in love when the words you hear put your soul at ease. È facile innamorarsi is the second chapter of the three part poem of “L'epopea dell'Ingannatore.” This chapter, written, read, and illustrated by Uadamen of All Fly Studios, depicts from a first person point of view the act of serenading a woman with the use of spoken words. It is a love poem, aimed to depict the persuasive and absolute nature of the character known as the “Deceiver”. This chapter begins with the “Deceiver”, easing the soul and body of the woman he is speaking to, and ends with him acknowledging that he is a deceiver.
Le Parole Vengono Facilmente
Words come easily, but how difficult it is to put meaning to them. Le Parole Vengono is the final chapter of the three part poem of “L'epopea dell'Ingannatore.” This chapter, written, read, and illustrated by Uadamen of All Fly Studios, depicts from a third person point of view the splendour of the character known as the “Deceiver.” This chapter emphasizes the idea of the “Deceiver” being an omnipotent being, and ends with the “Deceiver” acknowledging himself as a deceiver. This can be observed with the sentence “Ingannatore sono”, which is a pained way of saying “Deceiver, I am”.
The painting was cultivated as a visual compliment to the poem. It was inspired by the poem as the poem was inspired by the creation of the painting. The painting was completed using a computer-mouse, as this is the primary tool that All Fly Studios uses to create his digital artworks. The poem is an inspired piece of wanting to create a tale that can last generations, such as a legend, or a myth.
"How far can you reach to taste the words of a deceiver. How high can you jump to overthrow their throne."