For this piece I wanted to do something more abstract in mental disorders. I decided to use a phobia as it can be the cause of real mental disorders such as PTSD. Real phobias often develop from a traumatic experience involving the item in question. While some people just don't like certain things, a true phobia is when the mere thought is enough to drive you into a panic attack. As such I will use this one as a mental disorder in the case of it being the object of anxiety and PTSD. Anyways, for this I decided the most fearful thing someone with Ophidiophobia- the fear of snakes- could think of. I believe I have succeeded well in that department. Like most I started out with a white line traced on the brown paper. After which I decided on using watercolor prismas as a base before adding the actual prisma to it. Overall I think that this a good piece but there are some areas to work on. The snake seems too cartoony and, therefore, I would like to change it if I could. Another thing I want to change is to not use the water color prismas as the effect I thought of didn't work out in the end.