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May 23rd, 2005 #1Registered User
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for an art show on the 17th. hopefully the print will sell. but i still have time to make a replacement. the shows title is how to start a revolution... yeah so the meaning is lost in the image. for some reason, my idea about how one starts a revo, is by thinking with ones heart. so thats supposed to be a heart where everything kinda radiates... whatever. thanks for looking.
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sweet painting, the colors are nice and the shapes are wonderful. i love all the nature in this.
May 23rd, 2005 #3
Great lines! Wonderful design too. I would almost want to make the face in the center of it pop out a little more. I think most people will look to it anyway, but try to seperate it from the background details will help. There's almost too much stuff going on and it seems to need a little bit more to focus on. Direct the viewers' eye with your imagery.
May 23rd, 2005 #4
Great color and vinnette feel to this piece, jimiyo! Perhaps the rectangle border is trying to much to make it a four corner composition? I love the flowers and details within. The gals face in the middle bothers me some though. It looks as though she is the focal point but the surrounding elements are too distracting. I'm just a fan of the color and design, I don't even think the face is necessary. Nice work!
J. Christopher Schmidt
Comic Book Artist / Illustrator
May 23rd, 2005 #5
Im agree with storyboard dave
May 23rd, 2005 #6Registered User
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May 23rd, 2005 #7
This would make the coolest back tattoo ever
May 24th, 2005 #8
This scene is rich and fun : very 70's style. Myabe a bit essy, however : it would be cool to see a subject detached from the rest of the pict.
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