I like it a lot! The shades of carmine look very impressive here. And the textures are cool, as the commenters above have already said.
Always count on you for something refreshingly non-conformist, compelling and true.
I really dig the texture here Abramelin. It has gripping qualia .
How'd I miss this one? Fabulous. Love it.
Love this! The texture and colours are great!
Love this !
Sumptuous, rich, potent. The surface is gorgeous. No matter how we may play at digital imagery nothing will ever replace the tactile awareness one gets from a seeing a painting; even a drawing. It can be faked, but it doesn't look the same - digital textures never can rise above the surface of the image; no matter how deftly put. The eye perceives it as flat, flat, flat. Infinitesimal physical surface textures (the original 3-D) makes the eye move in and out of dimensionality - it pursues you across the canvas as you pursue it.
Thanks. I agree with you about the texture of a physical painting on a surface that's not too flat and "perfect". One of the things I love about seeing paintings in galleries is the brush strokes beneath areas of colour that don't match the patterns of the finished work, seeing the artists process of building up to the finished image within the image itself adds so much more weight to what you see.
Utterly brilliant work!