This past Saturday, I went to an art portfolio day. I brought multiple art pieces along with my sketchbook in which I had drawn Kris’ rhino/horse creature in it. When it was my turn, I presented my sketchbook to the interviewer. He began to flip through my book and commented on my drawings. As he reached the page with the rhino creature, he stopped and stared at it for a good 5 seconds. I was actually hoping he would’ve just looked at it and move on, but to my surprise, he asked me what it was. I replied, “A horse rhino thing”. He nodded and stared at it again and said it was interesting and he liked it. /what/ He continued to say it was very intriguing and eye catching because he didn’t know what it was. He said that was good because if the picture had some sort of deep meaning to it, then that (the rhino) was what will get the viewer to look deeper into the picture and find the meaning and feelings behind it. /interallycryingatthispoint. He continued praising it for a good 5 minutes saying how it was cool and fun and how he liked it. I didn’t have the heart to tell him I didn’t design it. Krisus, your artistic skills have blessed me.