Originally Posted by GroundedSpirit
In that vein, I usually try to use a lot of metaphors that make the picture crystal clear- usually these either bring loud, deep belly laughs or red faced anger. Ahhhh, such is the risk of the artist. But rather that then pin cushioned by all the "brushes".
Since metaphors are subjective by their very nature and require a specific context in which to understand, it would seem that using metaphors would produce the opposite effect of making a picture crystal clear.