healing touch


Author Comments

multi colored ballpoint pen,
... visual healing came to mind


I like your use of more red and blues compared to your other pieces - it reminds me more of gloom, especially with the dark shadowing and shading around the face. It seems like she's ashamed, gloomy or sad.

However, with the way her hair is getting blown around, and the use of gradually fading the red and purples to lighter blues, greens, and less shading towards her legs- I think it implies a transformation from head to toe.

Overall, I really enjoy looking at this piece of art - I think this one might be my favorite :P

I dont know why, but your picture seems more... imperfect
It's kind of a deformed view than you usually see about the body of women, trying to point all the "atributes" of her and make the picture less realistic (actually her face it's a lot more tiny than her body ) , but more interesting and beautiful.

Very awesome work, and about "A", don't worry, the context of the picture it's very clear .

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The legs and hips are wrong. It looks like you wanted to give her wide hips, But for some reason you also added that space between the legs. That's not the way the human body works. For hips that wide The thighs would be touching narrower hips would allow you to make thinner legs and add that space. also the torso is too thin, but that could be just an aesthetic thing otherwise looks good.

Sevens responds:

thanks checked out your artwork and your totally right, it's all art I was trying to find the rules but I think i missed out in class, yeah i was told the color green was a sick color- but where in the art rule book does it say that? I am still trying to find what is right and what is wrong-
thanks for the advice looking forward to seeing more of your artwork

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4.38 / 5.00

Oct 7, 2012
7:22 AM EDT
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515 x 800 px
510.7 KB

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