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tomorrow's final crash by agnes-cecile tomorrow's final crash by agnes-cecile

edit: new better pic

tomorrow's final crash will be easier understanding the movements of things

( try to see not a blouse in the blue form on her, but try to see it as a shadow of someone else on her. Can you do it? no one? :noes: )

watercolor, acrylic, pencil and pen on watercolor paper (300g)
45,5 x 61 cm
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I love your style of watercolors/acrylics and the use of white pen and pencil to make a piece, and once again, you've proven that you don't have to fill the lines to make something beautiful. I like the the colors you used, they remind me of space with the white specks here and there. Your use of skill in this piece-- and most of your pieces-- is apparent in the mixing of your colors so that it all just IS. None of the hues you used stand out as if they're not supposed to be there.
I really enjoyed this picture.
~Z :P
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I am a huge fan of your work. In all your paintings, including this one, you use very loose brush strokes that have amazing results, along with the finishing details. The details of the face are precise, and as the water color fades, i like the look of the star constelations. I've also noticed that the majority of your paintings have bright colors of reds, blues, etc.... I like that you kept the color theme to a minimum, to me it gives the less is more effect. All around i think this is a really cool painting, cant wait to see more....
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Cutyourfinger Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
eatmedrinkme69 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this! I instantly recognized the shadow as a human, a man, and although I see that normally his proportions would be wrong, his shadow would be slightly morphed because the woman is not a flat surface. This painting seems to be about a destructive relationship between a couple or domestic violence, as the shadow's pose seems quite imposing and intimidating and her expression seems fearful.
detourhk Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013
I love the color
Q-mA Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
Like this !
hweinbu Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012
I just love what you're doing with the shapes and the colours, and the fact that you have a real talent for this. Keep up the good work!
niauropsaka Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012   Digital Artist
I like it. It reminds me of broken, decaying wall plaster, with layers of different colors.
neverXmore Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012
The reason the blue form doesn't read as a human is because the contrast between the shadow cast on the clothes and the shadow cast on the skin is very high, an effect only amplified by the comparatively low contrast between the parts of the face in and out of shadow. The way the shadow's head is broken up by the shape of her neck and shoulders could also be a contributing factor. I wonder how this could be 'fixed', or even if it needs to be. The more I look, the more I come to appreciate the combination of the subtle shadow on her face, the expression in her eyes, and the deep, deep blue of the abyss.
RebelRuby Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
( try to see not a blouse in the blue form on her, but try to see it as a shadow of someone else on her. Can you do it? no one? )

I COULD I DID!! Great job! how did you do the white lines thing?
Vital-Vittles Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very cool painting. I love the addition of the geometric shapes at the bottom; it definitely adds to the constellation impression.
hellonicol Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012
wow ....
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