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waiting place by agnes-cecile waiting place by agnes-cecile

this waiting room will be always my place

watercolor and acrylic on watercolor moleskine notebook (200g)
30cm x 40cm

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Critique by ArtisticalxOni Oct 31, 2013, 9:23:12 AM
I think this is a beautiful art piece. Your style is very different and outlandish that it makes this picture what it is. It's like if this was not the way it is it probably wouldn't appeal to people as much but it's amazing. I think you have incredible potential and don't stop doing what you do. By the way I also like the pinks, blues, and purples you use. Your color pallet is very vibrant and original. You make what you do seem extremely easy. That's what I like about this piece. It's very interesting and I'd love to see more.
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I absolutely love her hair and face, especially the mixing of those colors. I also love the contrast between the techniques between him and her; they both have a very unique and individual feel. It is very well done but the rest of the piece feels, to me, unfinished.

One thing that irks me about is the placement and solidity of her arm. You form images and lines through the color and impressions you leave behind which, except her head and bit of him, is lacking. It makes me want to better angle her arms to see his face, even if it's a very un-detailed and blurred face. Then finish coloring in her arm.

Overall, nice, but black and white line doesn't fit for this. Maybe if you cropped it to center in on her but that arm bugs me and really takes away from the piece with how distracting it is.
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Fernezco Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014
Great work! love the impression!
Heart-Scream-Color Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
After reading the one critique by Kamishawe, I just wanted to comment that I love how you placed her arm here. I think it adds a nice design element to the painting; it's separate from the white of the background and works well with the blackness of their clothing (which i also enjoy the big and flat black design of their bodies because it emphasizes the color and detail above). The way that her arm hides his faces adds to the overall impact rather takes away from it, in my opinion. I really love how his profile just peeks out past the bottom of her arm. Don't know how to better express myself; I don't usually comment, but I felt compelled to do so here.
yindongi9008 Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Painting to the deep I love you, I am a Chinese student is very want to make friends with you to learn from you, if you want to back to the my email?
mytacis Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
There is such emotion in this picture, I can find myself relating to it. I love how the black stands in contrast to the otherwise light, pastel like color palette. And their poses and composition is just beautiful.
JeremyCombot Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Very poetic and the watercolors are cery well used, beautiful work ! Really love it.
Jalal-El-Tabeey Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd like to fave all of your artworks , Silvia !
ApocalypseToad Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2014  Professional General Artist
Ive fallen in love with this
Arahiriel Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
A very interesting and powerful piece. I love how his head is not really visible, which makes this picture a little bit surreal at the first glance.
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