I know there's not much manipulated to this one. Today, I started thinking about Out of Body experiences, and I wanted to interpret my own vision into this phenomanon. So i really hope you get, what it is I was trying to portrait.
"His death was painful with sorrow, May his rebirth be rejoiceful"
1,006 views...This truly wouldn't have been possible if weren't for everyone who supported me, gave me advise and inspired me in some way. When I created this piece (from stock), I had no idea in my wildest dreams that this piece would receive such great reviews as it has generated. deviantART even congratulated me, which is a 1st to ever happen.
However, the real Thanks goes to the ppl who created these stock images, without these images, This emotional piece wouldn't exsist.
you definelty captuered the dark dream type feel, the layers are well blended and the colors match, when it comes to dark arts its all the same to me lol, there are the one sthat are done badly then they are th eones that are done nicely, this is a nie one, but dark arts are boring to me lol
I've got to say, this piece is phenomenal...the man a prisoner of either the room or his own mind. Either way, it's very gripping and when looking at it, it sort of pulls you in. It pulled me in! Excellent job and I like the skull right outside the window.
I really like the word phenomenal you used, that alone means you understand my portrail of how death consumes us all, but we are always alone when it happens. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, and I'm thrilled that it made an impact on you..
No problem, love how you used the background without making major alterations (other than removing the window which is exactly what I ended up doing since it was to bright). The skull is a nice touch outside the window as well.
yeh, you are right about the bright window. my main concern was the dead guy on the floor, which was quiet complex obtaining a ghost figure.
the skull was my last edit, it was originally not there when i first posted this piece, but i felt it was missing the meaning of death. so maybe a few ppl saw this without the skull at first..haha
best title ever, and it looks really cool, teh way the walls focus you down to teh subject is great, as is the subject it self, looks like you pushed it towards greens in some places and blues in others, its really good not usually a fan of manips, but this is good. well deserved fav
First of all let me say that the amount of manipulation in a piece isn't what counts. There can no more be too little in a piece than there can be too much if the piece is put together with a mind towards a specific end, and that end is kept in mind while creating the work.I like the way you've portrayed this piece, and the clarity of your work. It's quite obvious to me that you had exactly what you wanted to show in mind as you were working on this piece, even if you didn't know you knew what you were doing.
You did a heck of a job. He realy should see it. Did you note him to let him know you put it up? If so, then he will see it soon. You're very welcome for the comment. I ment what I said. I've seen some awsome work that didn't involve a lot of manipulation,.