hey! i seem to be really lost in your gallery, it's so good. and i've noticed the unusual way to fill the background as in this picture. and now i'm wondering, how big is the picture and how come you understood you should really draw all these black bubbles and canvas-like things in the background.
if i suddenly scream "WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU?! D:" it's just becaus i envy you, and I can't help it that i always question-ize how you can hold out so long to do all the swirly things in the background....
Or perhaps you have some trick you use to make it easier that i don't know about, im not that skilled or smart to use tricks yet, i always skip doing it if it seems to be complicated.
Would you like to help me by adding a trick to my brain?
and if your gonna tell me that you do everything the complicated way, that there isn't any trick for it, then im really gonna scream "WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU?! D:"
Like 'Sonata', this makes me want to stare at it for long periods of time, but unlike Sonata it's got a really restless vibe to it. Like something funky might start to happen in my room if I stare too long (though it's hard to look awaaaay ;o; )
I love that in your pieces the negative spaces have so much going on in them and they define what the 'ositive' parts are...boy I explained myself badly just then @_@;;
anyway, a definite fave for this mysterious and unsettling piece
Nice. I rather enjoy now the cool grays around the eye and in the windows work alongside the warmer blacks. The relationship between the curves in the bridge and the bend on the are is excellent. And, I enjoy how you play with depth--how they appear to be doing a high five despite the differences in scale.
As always I enjoy all of the textures/patterns you've got going on, and the clothing design is nice.