The branches of the Acacia tree in Israel look like this. Also, the Ark of the Covenant was built out of Acacia wood that was in the Holy of Holies, and was required to be sprinkled with the blood of the sacrificed lamb.
In Old Testament times, horns were a sign of power or authority, & sheep represented humanity. Genesis 22:13: As Abraham looked about, he spied a ram caught by its horns in the thicket. The "ram" thus serves as a foreshadowing of Jesus Christ, leader over every nation, the only suitable replacement sacrifice to God in place of all humanity, for their disobedience in the Garden of Eden. The "ram" is caught by the "horns" (head) "in a thicket" (branches), thus foreshadowing the crown of…
Amidst his wander he bumps into Thorn in the garden. Thorn doesnt warn. He was born to scorn. "Ouch Ouch Ouch am I in a bout." Thorn all broke falls to his knees. He Pleads & Pleads to not wake his queen - Rose. Rose grows to glow the meadow.
Scientific findings on the Shroud of Turin identify the "Crown of Thorns" was actually a Helmet of Thorns on Christ's head, which was placed on him during his passion. The head wounds on the Shroud match a helmet made out of thorns
Hand drawn thorns. Very life-like. The quality of the shading makes them appear 3D so every thorn looks harmful and intimidating. You can feel the pain through this drawing as thorns are related to Jesus' crown of thorns, and it conjures up images of torture and blood shed. I can imagine thorns building up around someone in my animation, trapping them within themselves, their own demon. Acting as a barrier between them and the outside world. Much as an addict would feel inside their head.