Hello art fans! How’s Monday treating you so far? Me? Well, thanks for asking. I rested most of the weekend. Went gathering for supplies, watched a movie, you know, just hung out.
This morning I got up, poured the coffee and started looking at the empty easel. I stuck a new 24″ x 34″ x .75″ canvas up there. I then googled females in pose. I needed a model for what was in my head. I found a fashion model image and used it for the posture I wanted. Then I googled:
Which is: a desert peninsula in Pisco Province on the south coast of Peru.
The archaeologist states that the Paracas skulls, the position of the foramen magnum is completely different than a normal human being, it is also smaller, which lends itself to our theory that this is not cradle headboarding, this is genetic.
Around 300 of the amazing skulls were found by Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello in 1928 in an elaborate graveyard.
But there still remains a mystery over the shape of the Paracas skulls.