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    hi, i understand that usually my work of this sort is moved to the sketches section, well, this piece has a lot more meaning inside so i'm posting it here.
    take it as you will

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    Last edited by ciots; August 10th, 2007 at 01:58 PM.
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    nice one marco! However, I'd just like to know further as to exactly what were the inspirations behind the piece? I know you've entitled it 'mother' but other than that its fairly vague as to just what the inspiration or 'deeper meaning' behind the piece is. Other than that it's pretty cool hehe.

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    i've updated the image, after a while i decided the composition wasn't exactly favorable in the old one and i've improved the colour scheme to help it also.

    hey gul, thanks! the inspiration was giger, and the idea of his mother alien.
    the large breast(s) is a hint at the warm, motherish comfort of well, a mother, heh. the tentacles inside suggest something a little more than skin deep, i don't want to explain everything, but i hope you get the idea

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    wait this dude has boobs #man boob elert#
    the stark white background doesnt do it for me
    btw, he needs a boob on his back

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    This is *deep*. Veeeerrrrrrrryyyyyy Deeeeeeeeeeep. I think the two green circles on the cheek represent the struggle of Sisyphus to push the fight against apathy up the hill of sustainable devlopment and the Superego engaged with the Id for supremecy of the Jungian archetypical mind space.

    And the cap represents Dr. Seuss.
    Haha. "A lot more meaning inside" doesn't mean i'm Damien Hirst. Honestly, in comparison to my other work, this actually has some representatives. Really, if you don't like it, you could have easily just said, and why.
    You don't have to be a sarcastic prick all the time.

    peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciots View Post
    Haha. "A lot more meaning inside" doesn't mean i'm Damien Hirst. Honestly, in comparison to my other work, this actually has some representatives. Really, if you don't like it, you could have easily just said, and why.
    You don't have to be a sarcastic prick all the time.

    peace
    Agreed.

    You should have posted in the critique section, man. We could have helped you fix some things on it or give you more advice.
    One question, though. Why did you change your name, dude. You had hell of a lot of posts on your other one, you should have just asked for a name change.

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