yeahhh this is something a bit different from us and If you like this background you are free to use it here in our stock speaking of our stock we MOW have a stamp our FIRST one ever made this for us WE LOVE you sooo much sweetie that stamp means the world to us
This Minip is dedicated to sweetheart you ARE the Cats Meow
The over all mood of this piece is expressed by the faded ink blues.. I feel sorrow, I feel acceptance, balanced by the whites... still I feel fear as death is unknown and it's face is very "Very" scary...
Seamless, however at some places on the railing i see where the water and fog blends into the railing on the right side, you could fix this by darkening the outter right edge with the burn tool perhaps.
I feel you have chosen the perfect elements for this piece to convey all of the emotions that have to do with death and growing old, its a part of life, a cycle, and for some to deal with it is to deny it.. it's nice to see someone embody all the complex and profound thoughts that go through our head when death is near.
Over all I would like to say I really enjoyed this pieace and think it is very well executed and and excellent concept.
Ooooohhh. I really like this! My favorite part, though, is that the man doesn't seem to be *afraid* of this scary scary thing that we call death...It makes me think of my great uncle Rufus, who we lost this December last...He wasn't afraid either. It's a dark piece but for some reason (Perhaps Rufus) I am not frightened but comforted. Very very nice!
im sooo sorry about your uncle babe yeah its like walking into the mouth of doom..when I was younger I was afraid of death bad but after I lost my Dad in 1996 it changed everything for me now I know when my time comes that I will be with him