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3.40 / 5.00

Jul 24, 2010 | 8:37 AM EDT
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1280 x 800 px
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My entry for chow#40 on the art forum. The theme was Space Singer. I was inspired by Marilyn Monroe and Jessica Rabbit; although I hardly used any specific references.

Jovanian singer Ão/oocnoyeb started her career performing in the numerous nightclubs of Jupiter but due to her beautiful voice and other qualities she got herself an appointment as Housediva of the renownded Saturn Rings Holiday Resort. From that position she acquired intergalactic fame and even though she has tried her best to keep her shady beginnings hidden from the general public; she is still known as the Moons of Jupiter.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

why m?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

reminds me of...

sorta reminds me of the fifth element


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I'd still hit it.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Spacey floaty singey thingy

Nice twist on the Chow topic. I like the floating piano and mic. The glitter on the dress looks good and the beauty spot was a cool idea.

But I think you chose some wrong colors. I guess you picked similar colors for the dress and background intentionally, but it didn't turn out good for me. And almost the same with her skin and the piano, too similar. I think a black piano would have been a better choice for example. Generally the background looks a little blank, the curtain (I guess it is a curtain) ain't bad, but a little boring.

It's a good piece of art of course in my opinion. There's just some room for improvement. Overall your alien singer looks quite interesting.

BTW you should probably resize the whole thing a little or add some blur, to get rid of some pixelated lines which are still visible.

Still I like it!

8/10 & 4/5

J-qb responds:

thanks for the review. About the pixelated lines: I dont really know how they got there... The original image was twice as big; so I guess microsoft picture editor screwed with it when I resized it.


Rated 0 / 5 stars


Nah.....its reminds me the Fift Element

J-qb responds:

Yeah; the fifth element was what inspired the topic.