There's Nothing Wrong

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There's Nothing Wrong

Author Comments

Experimental piece.
Comments/criticisms are appreciated!


i think nothigs wrong?


Fucking Amazing! Aha. Truly something i can appreciate. Is this paint? oil paint?

FallenBane responds:

Actually, neither! This piece is completely digital. (:

The monotone of radiant and bleached oranges really creates an unsettling emotional connotation to this piece; moreover, the jagged edges and exaggerated proportions make the piece all the more unsettling - again, in terms of emotional infectiousness. The slight redness around the neck seems to imply a sort of strange stately connotation; it's as if the figure was dressed up for some special occasion, or to impress someone. And I absolutely love the distraught facial expression with clenched teeth. The darkness of the hair and clothes, and the radiance of the exposed skin seem to portray that the figure is somehow hiding his true feelings - or failing thereto - within the confines of his expression and the darkness that surrounds him. I love the fragility of the rose as well, and how it is the same color as his skin - creating the illusion that he is somehow attached to the rose.

Your style is remarkable in its artistic infectiousness is personally just freaking epic.

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FallenBane responds:

Ah, I love how much you got out of this drawing - it makes me happy that my work can send out that sort of tone. Thank you!

I really like how the face is drawn and also the flower. The shades of yellow, orange and brown make it look all the better. :D

FallenBane responds:

Haha, glad you like it!

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Credits & Info

4.25 / 5.00

Apr 5, 2012 | 7:57 PM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
666 x 1000 px
408.9 kb

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