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4.04 / 5.00

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Dec 31, 2011 | 6:25 PM EST
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Fine Art
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please take link for full affect and music http://www.sheezyart.com/
art/view/2463232/

I don't think you could acknowledge every bit of what I see
Inside the coursing of a new life and the difficulties it presents to me
Don't mistake my words however for now I feel so at peace
Perhaps I too shall one day find that pain of yours to soon release

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MisterRaziMisterRazi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wonderful use of color

The character in the center takes so much of my attention, I barely noticed the character in the lower left or that face(?) in the lower right. I mention this because I got two different impressions of this piece, one with and one without the other characters.

Without noticing the other two, I feel that the center character is just some sort of laughing wizard of sorts. Weird, right. But then I read the poem that accompanies the piece, the title, and noticed the other two characters and got the impression that the center character is much smarter than his smile might let on.. some sort of all-knowing sociopath who observes all that is around it and makes sense of it all in some cosmic way and that's when I REALLY liked this image. When it had more meaning behind it. Go figure.

You managed to use the title, somehow hidden details within the piece (I say somehow because it lacks excessive textures, details, etc. that are usually used to make a piece more visually interesting), and a poem to really tie together the entire work in to a more cohesive piece of art.

Good work.


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Oink-MooOink-Moo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it

I love the artwork, the colors and imagery are stunning and very powerful. There's an excellent sense of motion and energy.

Just as a matter of personal taste however, I don't care for the use of poetry in accompaniment with the picture. It gives me the feeling that in case I wasn't interpreting the image correctly the words are there to point me in the right direction, rather than allowing the art to speak for itself. (Which it definitely does very well.)

Obviously though, this detail isn't a big enough factor to take away the beauty of the art, so you still get 5/5 and 10/10 from me. Keep up the beautiful work. :)