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II: Gaia

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The second part of my possession series. In this part the possessed is enjoying her new powers, playing god with the corruption thriving in her.
This is actually the first image I made for this series, so the outcome might appear more raw and experimental than the other parts. I just wasn't sure yet where I was going with it, however the messy look at least is fully intentional. Again, one of the goals here was to break a few design rules here and there. ;)
Although I wasn't directly inspired by him during the creation of this image, I probably have to give credit to Aegis-Illustration as the image bears resemblance to his great gallery. He is so damn good at these kind of texture based works and he has been an inspiration for a long time. :worship:

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Table ~ Stock by lily-serrulata
Black-B-o-x | mercurycode | ElNaso | netzephyr | Drezdany-stocks | Noireuse | Eris-stock

I: Entangled | III: Abomination | IV: Vessel | V: The Void
I: Entangled by ErikShoemaker III: Abomination by ErikShoemaker IV: Vessel by ErikShoemaker V: The Void by ErikShoemaker

As always, thanks for stopping by! 


© Erik Schumacher
This is no stock image, so don't use, copy or manipulate the original artwork without my written permission. 
Visit my website: www.xkire.de
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greatyu's avatar
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Overall
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star-empty::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact

Vision: Mother Earth(Gaia) had been portrayed as an artist and still forming the beautiful nature even though she's falling apart.

Originality: This artwork is utterly fresh,this is an irreplaceable approach on modernizing a mythological figure symbolically.

Technique: If this is made through Photoshop, the techniques seems to be simple yet is executed lavishly. The vibrant colors and shades blend nice together.

Impact:Art exists because of nature and nature exists because of her- she herself is an artist.E ven though she is being destroyed she still continues her task. If you look more closely it's conveying us to conserve the nature.
ErikShoemaker's avatar
Thanks for the critique, it's much appreciated!
greatyu's avatar
No problem. you deserve it :)
ChrisPeanuts's avatar
Absolutely love it!
ErikShoemaker's avatar
glad you do, thanks!
lgwildwomanofthenort's avatar
I don't know what to say about this one other than, WOW!  Fabulous!
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mediamix404's avatar
I really like this piece and happy birthday by the way. May I use this incredible piece of art in my presentation about 'Who or what designed our galaxy?', I will give credits where it is due but it is no problem if you refuse. I am already grateful for your amazing art which I can feast my eyes upon :)
ErikShoemaker's avatar
you mean some kind of powerpoint presention with slides? Yea sure :) Thank you for the birthday wishes too!
mediamix404's avatar
Yes and thank you :D
Litavismindartist's avatar
Wow very creative piece,love it :clap:
ErikShoemaker's avatar
glad you like it!
c0rwyn's avatar
This is so fucking cool... 
Hirada-san's avatar
Simply amazing.  Happy Happy..Onion 
I appreciate the aesthetic value and fine details in this artwork. Keep it up! Swing 
ErikShoemaker's avatar
thanks a lot, glad you like the details! :D
Hirada-san's avatar
 Icon9 Haru Smile Smile blush~  No worries. 
 Keep it up!
Sinspunkt's avatar
Gorgeous colours and an evocative theme. She's a beautiful and terrible goddess!
ErikShoemaker's avatar
thank you, glad you like it!
Sinspunkt's avatar
I certainly do. Just saw another in the series and it's equally impressive. Love your pieces!
constancelea's avatar
Amazing work! I love the angle of the character so much, and the contrast of the image works great.
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