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Acrylic on board, 12x12"
It's a womens business if they like breast feeding or not, and it totally shouldn't be treated like something gross in public. I mean, it's the most natural thing, we're mammals, so we should be allowed to feed our offspring like mammals. I mean, that's the main reason for breasts. They are simply two blobs of fat and stuff to produce milk to nurse our offsprings. it's just society who makes breats to something sexual and intimitade.
Fortunately most humans are able to choose if they want to breastfeed or rather feed their babys with a bottle of milk, so it's no big deal if a woman decides to not feed their baby this way.
I personally can't tell if I'd like to have a baby sucking on my nips or not, since I am already not very fond of the thought to ever reproduce. :"D but that's another topic (every woman should be allowed to freely choose on in our modern society since we're overpopulated anyway)
AS for the artistic side: Great work! I can't believe it's actually acrylic, the colours blend so smoothly and the placing of lightning and shadow is so perfect, it seemed like an digital piece to me. All the details (the wrinkled skin around the nipple for example) and the furry texture of the dots.. simply amazing. I wish I would actually at least get a little how acrylic painting works :"D You're bomb!
I think Calvin and Hobbes said it right: "I think I'll drink whatever comes out of these little things when I squeeze 'em!"
P.S. I adore the cowbell , really brings everything together!
I find it strange that we would drink the milk of another animal, but not our own. That's so very odd.
For some reason, I can't help but feel that the background colour clashes with the feel of the rest of the picture. Everything of the character seems to be in natural and realistic tones, but the background just has the off-green feel of artificial paint or faded ice cream.
Perhaps it's more effective technically, portraying her indoors or in a more artificial light (women aren't generally cows, persay), but to my eye it seemed to clash artistically. Just a thought.
A very interesting concept. Your teachers must be impressed with your ingenuity, not to mention your skill, nai?
I think this made my day.
he thought it was funny
i mean, you DO feel like a milk cow sometimes but.. it's for a good cause
Excellent take on the subject.