I love how you've captured so much atmosphere here. You've used expressive strokes perfectly. I love the lighting, the realism of it with an interesting setting and composition. I look at some parts and wonder how the hell you got motivation to complete it. It's all very brilliantly detailed, everything has it's own unique attraction; the lighting on the legs, her toes, the detailed rock.. her face, I love the sharp lighting on her nose, particularly in comparason to the rest of her face. You've managed things here that I aim to accomplish in my own work. You've instantly become one of my favourite artists. Impressive work, well done!
its totally evident you have perfected you skills. but where does that get anybody?? a nice sunset painting over a rooms to go couch in a fabu condo?? YOU have something to tell ..and based on your slightly nasty comments to your admirers, im sure its very interesting and PERSONAL. i kind of get a snapshot of a " how did we get here" moment. there is a story behind all this. its like the middle page of a novel you havent read yet made into a visual image. tell us more..we do care..
wow amazing detail it almost reminds me of renaissance pieces for some reason...I think it may be the lighting IDK lol the scene is really interesting I'm very curious as to what the subject matter of this painting is
AMAZING detail. I like how the figures don't have perfect bodies either. It seems more like more of those famous statues and paintings of both female and male which were more realistic, and not like the greek statues which were more of gladiator/goddess anatomy lol. This should be in a museum!
Thoroughly enjoyable are the proportions and lack of over-glorification; the tone in the skin and how natural it feels combined with the skill of shading and highlighting really conveys form superbly which just makes it impossible to dismiss the admiration accompanied with viewage here.
The subject matter speaks to the primal instinct of the human soul and reflects all subconscious catalysts for our societal tendencies, the way I interpret it anyway.. and just reinforces the intrigue.
Additionally, I love the way you portray the female form. There's something very masculine, but still beautiful about it; perhaps the nuances of supple shape and functionality that interweave all throughout.
This is one of the most incredible paintings that I have ever seen. Your use of the paint, your knowledge of skin tones and composition. Your paintings, this one in particular, reminds me of the old masters paintings, mixed with a bit of Jenny Saville as well
I love this one the most I think because it's a little more loose, and that just tends to be what I like personally. Just OUTSTANDING work. You are a bit of a genius I think