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4.48 / 5.00

Jul 23, 2009 | 10:21 PM EDT
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good n evilness



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This made me litterally go "wow!" It's such an amazing piece of artwork. I honestly wish I had skills like this. I think you'll go faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar and faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarther in the art world! Keep it up! You are amazing!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

You are quickly becoming one of my favorites.

As much as you say it's "good and evilness", I believe you are an intelligent enough artist to realize the futility of such terms, at least in most cases.

But I find it interesting that you use blue and red to represent good and evil, rather than black and white. Normally blue and red represents water and fire, innocence and passion, et cetera.

But what's even -more- interesting is the fact that though they both fuse in this one person, i.e. the division, there seems to be almost no blending, i.e. purple.

Though it seems the red is dominating the blue on her face, and the blue is dominating the red on the eyes. Almost as if what she sees is becoming more innocent, as what she is becomes more evil. A contrast of what one would expect, i.e. the woman becoming more pure as the world becomes more corrupt, rather than the contrast which you seem to show.

I could go on for hours going over a critique of this, but it's quite beautiful.

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