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[Inktober 02] Man in the ceiling ( b )

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The problem is, you think you have time.

(inspired by the photo)

Connected with:

Day 3 Knock Knock
Day 4 Waiting to regret
Day 5 Don't leave me. Please
Day 1 Day-off-Ballerina
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Kuato-Lives's avatar
This is so cool! I love the concept.
LeanasArt's avatar
Thanks! Glad you like my stuff :heart:
ToddNTheShiningSword's avatar
I have NEVER seen a picture like this! 
Whoa this concept!
Mind= ... BLOWN.
LeanasArt's avatar
Hehe, thank you! I'm glad you like it. This one is also my favourte of its serie
primrose1975's avatar
An interesting perspective-to me, it looked like he was in a swimming pool, but I see the ceiling.
LeanasArt's avatar
Yes, even to me it seems some times it's more than one thing or two at the same time. But it was sure fun to draw.
primrose1975's avatar
Thank you for sharing this.
Matakoura's avatar
Incredible concept and lineart!
LeanasArt's avatar
Thanks a lot! Glad you like the work :)
Matakoura's avatar
You're welcome! :D
Telian24's avatar
Uh, wow! So while one is having fun, the next one encounters a really eerie situation! Going with the head through the ceiling ... I'm windering what he sees up there? The jumping ballerina?

Really nice pieces so far, and they stimulate the beholder's fantasy! I am wondering, will they be arrangable in the end like the rooms in a house, some of them maybe even showing part of the others (like maybe the upper part of the head from this one)?
LeanasArt's avatar
Thanks for the comment :)

Sadly I don't want (or rather can't) say so much about the works so far. I decided quite randomly to draw them, i just had the idea it could look nice, but I'd love to connect them to a bigger picture or story in the end. I think I'll stick one week with the hotelroom-series if it's possible.
I always try to say not so much about the pictures, so they can, as you said, stimulate the beholder's fantasy and every interpretation is right. I don't want that my thoughts, interpretation, assumed story, what ever, becomes the only story the picture could tell.
For me the poor man always looked a bit lost :)
ReclusiveChicken's avatar
What does this mean to you? For me, it's a criticism of debuached bankers.
LeanasArt's avatar
I always try to say not so much about the pictures, so they can, as you said, stimulate the beholder's fantasy and every interpretation is right. I don't want that my thoughts, interpretation, assumed story, what ever, becomes the only story the picture could tell.
So the criticism of debauched bankers? I think that's qute a interesting point. It didn't even came to my mind until now. I like it.
For me it's rather a young troubled man. He's lost, stuck somewhere he doen't please to be. Maybe feels like drowning in his smal world.
ReclusiveChicken's avatar
Just like me.

I'm a robotic chicken who's in hell...
LeanasArt's avatar
But that doesn't mean, it needs to stay that way forever, does it?
ReclusiveChicken's avatar
Of course not. Anyone can become anyone...

...the limits are drawn by a lack of skill and audacity.
LeanasArt's avatar
Well, the last thing I wanted to say is that everything, the future included, is what you make out of it. It's just that the supplies are limited.
Saskle's avatar
Very interesting piece! :nod:
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Saskle's avatar
No problem! :aww:
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