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Reviews for "Status Quo"

What if I told you I rated this piece of awesomeness 5 stars?

beastkid7 responds:

Right on brutha man, right on!

I appreciate it

void of emotions or feelings, the passion becomes another vague routine that gives purpose and meaning to said persons' dim life.

beastkid7 responds:

The passion. It is his passion. But when you have a passion, you are a tool for expression, for expressing that passion. You are an instrument of skill. But when that instrument becomes broken. Thats when the problem arises.

looks like he has a permanent portal in his chest. :P

beastkid7 responds:

Is it permanent?

Can't even begin to describe the concept behind this:

1. Feels like when's he is looking through the mirror, he is actually looking at me. Or is it just that he reflects the emptiness that an average man feels, that imperfection which keeps him uncomfortable, tired and unable to move further in his life, even limiting his dreams. What is he missing... what will happen when he is whole again? Will he settle for a normal life or follow the yellow brick road of destiny?

2. Fencing prodigy, been long in the study of his art to the point the ritual turned into a boring routine. Yet he decides to tackle his dead ambition, spending all he can for it, although people he look up to keep bringing up that he is missing... something? They don't tell him and he cannot progress his art further without it. However, involuntarily, help comes with the aid of someone whom he never met before. But that knowledge will change more than he asks for.

I'd like to praise artist for His skills that He put into this painting/drawing, but I'm afraid my expertise allows me only speculate on the level of dreams and fables for this one. I'll just try and say that I enjoy the scenery being basked in the lights of the morning and Your protagonist's "tired of this life/day already" face.

beastkid7 responds:

I'm glad I'm getting the point across, and greatfull that you enjoyed it. Thank you for the kind words!

I think a large part of the pleasure I derive from my art is having people speculate. Like in a book were things aren't clearly defined. You have to use your own imagination to fill it in. But the author points you in the right direction.

This is exactly how I feel when I woke this morning, something is missing in my life.....

beastkid7 responds:

Then this series is for you, I know that feel and I'm attempting to explore it with my narrative art.