My latest titled "Body De-Body". I don't really know what to say about it, it was mainly an experimental piece to expand my techniques.
Any questions or comments are welcome.
It reminds me of Dave Mckean and Miran Kim's works.
I think it suits perfect for a experimental piece. It doesn't necessarily have a clear motif or message but it certainly provides interesting details of visuals for the viewers.
Keep up the good work and I hope to see some more of them. Cheers
well, it certainly does have a lot of techniques on display, but so many that it becomes a bit difficult to find a place for the eye to rest long enough to start figuring out what's being communicated. i think there's too many "strong" points in both the positive and negative spaces, and they all jostle against one another seemingly without purpose. there are some very interesting passages where a solid and intriguing sense of depth occurs (chest cavity, arc of "neurons"), but the whole image needs more of the same. the overall "fabric" texture also seems to act like a scrim, separating the viewer from the image very strongly, and flattening the sense of space behind it.
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