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15,504
Score
4.62 / 5.00

Date
02/13/2013
Category
Fine Art
File Info
1080 x 1440 px
JPG
1,018.2 kb
Tags
religion
science
corruption
compassion
  • Frontpaged February 13, 2013

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Author Comments

Corruption of Hersa

Hersa is a young woman, fueled by the world and it's wonderful beauty. Her heart cracks through her flesh with desire and yet fear as she is faced with how she came to be. As she grows and grows, it is an endless spiral forced by time in the canvas of harmony, but yet despair. Two dark entities rest on her shoulders--perhaps her consciousness? An endless cycle that began with life and death, death and rebirth--instinct through creation so that it could survive, yet through the foresight of thought is in turn the ultimate corruption.

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Photoshop CS6
Wacom Tablet: Intuos 3

Print sizes are available. Please visit my website for more details or contact information. http://www.zc-designs.com /

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ZC

Thanks for the Frontpage NG! :)

Reviews


KinhotasKinhotas

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 14, 2013

I-don't-know-how-to-express-my-gratitude-for-this-piece.



FelixArkFelixArk

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 13, 2013

So my first though t when I saw it was that you created a picture of the Morrigan from Irish mythology. Then, I read your story. I was overwhelmed by the details you put into your artwork and the story behind it. I love the dark over tones in the piece and I am most enthralled by the ravens.

It is almost a shame that this isn't the Morrigan; the ravens could easily symbolize Macha and the Babd.

Nonetheless, this is definitely one of my favorite pieces non the site right now.


Zigan responds:

Aye! That indeed. But I do admire old irish folk tales and mythology. All very juicy stuff :) Thanks for the wonderful review!


ReavingAngelReavingAngel

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 13, 2013

Like the gent below it also reminds me of something. That something is Ergo Proxy! Very nice piece sir.



VassiliskVassilisk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 13, 2013

Really good. Reminds me of something, but i just can't put my finger on it. Loved the style and the brushes. 5/5!



pedrodesapedrodesa

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 13, 2013

Great, reminds me of Re-l from Ergo Proxy.
nice one.


Zigan responds:

Thanks! Hah and yes good point, she does sorta resemble her. :)