The flow of the composition is flawless. The background skelton is facing left, then the women both facing right, andcurved back by the dog and the remaining hair. Wow I love the quiet tone or vibe. It is greatly harmonized by the subtle color tone. Great piece I am adding it to my favs.
Your welcome. I was checking out your other work. I really admire the way your figures flow in there environment. I have trouble with that. Many of my images are rigid and yours are fluid. Am I mistaken or do I see a bit of Schiele influnce?
I had to make myself stop looking at this after a while. I really get lost in the whole hair thing and then the dog is like a surprise everytime. And I wonder what the body language says about the relationship of the two girls. "they must be sisters" I think to myself. And there is a moose that I don't understand but I take it as something that represents an abstract feeling between the two characters. Perhaps a mood that comes over them when they are in a certain setting. Strangeness.
I really like the way your basic color toning is complemented by the slightly sketchy lines underneath it. Their legs have weight to them and the collisions of your shapes seem very solid and still. Very much like a photo.
I LOVE this picture. The hair is just....beyond amazing, and the moose-elk-prehistoric skeleton of badassness is GREAT. The window seems a bit askwew, but I think I like it that way :] And SWEETLORD&JESUS did I mention the hair? IT'S GREAT.
Gorgeous. I love this direction of style you're sharing. Your line work is beautiful. It's so conceptual and intriguing. The one thing I'd like to point out though is that crack in the ceiling. I'm not sure abou it, but it seems somewhat awkwardly placed. I'm not sure... the rest of the piece seems overall symmetrical, that crack seems to be thrown in there for the sake of being there.