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The Apple


Inspired by Henri Matisse's "Knife Thrower," I made an attempt to capture the same sort of feeling as well as the style. Simplistic but still felt.

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makes me think of adam and eve and the devil giving them the apple


Death Note?
Looks like the one hand is Kiras/Lights hand and the other one is Ryuks hand who loves to eat apples.
And Kira gives Ryuk always apples.

Actionsquid responds:

I actually know nothing about death note, really. I know some of the concepts, but anything else about it is beyond me.

Is Gud

What if I'm medium - like I'll kick a puppy, but then apologize to it a few days later and give it a snack.

Anyway - Cool art, interesting to look at, only giving a 7 because there's not a whole lot to it - could do with a little more depth.

That being said, I actually like it more than Matisse's "The Knife Thrower", so I may be slightly biased against this style of art.

Actionsquid responds:

"The Knife Thrower" is pretty much the only piece of Matisse I like, really. None of his other stuff gave me the same sort of aesthetic experience. In other words, I agree that it is hard to like fauvism. This was done for a class anyway, so it's not like I'm particularly attached to it. 7 isn't bad!

the choice

its always there even drinks, food, jobs, and so much more but the main thing is what life will you live. how will you live it, and why. so the point is what will you turn out to be GOOD or EVIL

Actionsquid responds:

I'm not really sure what is meant here, but it sounds good!

Credits & Info

4.71 / 5.00

Nov 19, 2009
5:45 PM EST
File Info
1162 x 1420 px
266.6 KB

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