This image deals with my feelings about inner scars we carry within,
God knows I have plenty of them,
Hear me when I say
That what I fear the most
It's the pain that I hear coming when they open up !
You excel, you master landscapes and you know it... but I'm so very glad you don't let go of the CONCEPT. For me, even if your skies, and sees, and buildings and sceneries are perfect, this is a thousand times better and more interesting.
That's interesting to see how you portrait feelings.
To do so is quite often hard, just like portraying ourselves.
You did a nice work on the lighting.
The blue color is a bit cool and quiet to evoque pain to me, but it fits anyway.
The pose of the models is really full of emotion, while they remain non living models.
You manage to capture and show things or ideas in a great way.
i really like this deviation from you usual style (at least i think it's landscapes and scenery)
it gets that point across. quite dramatically. it would be overkill, had the figures been made of some sort of different material. i'm reffering to believability that is arguably necessary. but the peeling paint really works really well when it is (the opposite of juxtaposed, im at a loss for the word) on the figures, in it's particular place. i dont know if the blue of takes it away from the arguably necessary believability, not sure how i feel about it.
it's bleak, i'll give you that. definietly drives the point home.
Wow! Another very self-reflective image. For some reason, I get a real sense of water. Maybe it's the blue tones and the dancing lines that the lighting creates, almost like that of water line reflections. This is very statuesque. Nice shadows and contrast...love how the concept reflects both inner scars while the visual emphasizes outer scars.
Really like the idea behind this. The picture suggests to me, with the figures 'skin' peeling...kind of totally revealing themselves, raw. All their, inner scars (like you said) with the peeling paint (or whatever it is). I like the deep, cold colours too... Very interesting.