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Funereal
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Published: March 14, 2007
© 2007 - 2019 Saliwanchik
Charcoal and chalk on cardboard.
Image size
600x447px 293.17 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot A75
Shutter Speed
1/1002 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
5 mm
Date Taken
Feb 27, 2007, 10:31:32 PM
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SpiderPsalms's avatar
SpiderPsalms|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
A feast for the imagination. The postures and expressions are beautiful.
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musturk|Professional Interface Designer
:clap:
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noapotter|Hobbyist Photographer
awesome work! The cardboard's colour matches perfectly and it is so special :)
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Sarasai|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You give me goose bumps with this picture, it's like watching a picture from a museum of modern art in categories of the best painters of the century. The poses, the color, the arrangement, the child how you made the bodies, the expression of their faces, all this does vibrate the screen for vivid, the picture seems to speak and to be its own being. Incredible what you can! You combine old school and very modern art in a way which is not often seen in such a perfect way. You should be seen in galleries all over the main cities, and I mean it seriously. Many so-called artists could learn from you how to make true art.
Many thanks for sharing it, I am sure I am not the only one who is deeply impressed and inspired :love:
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Lilielo-Lawliet's avatar
lovely image and the cardboard makes it all the more interesting
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mariposa87| Interface Designer
so sweet!
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maliasha's avatar
don't remember seeing anything like this in quite a while. I lo-love it! truly inspiring !
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ramaiamar's avatar
Very interesting i am curious as to the ';paper' you did it on...very emotional stuff here...thanks for sharing!
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saskha|Professional Traditional Artist
I love this technique, and the atmosphere that made you, congratulations! *__*
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timoipunk's avatar
chalk and charcoal on cardboard.. im speechless.


oh btw, is it a typo or is it really titled as funereal?
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MsBandit's avatar
An amazing work.
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KaterinaBelkina|Professional Photographer
beautiful and interesting composition!
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BlackAngel-Diana|Professional General Artist
this is absolutely beautiful!
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BrooklynMachineWorks|Professional Traditional Artist
well done! love the effect of the card board.
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Bogamaz's avatar
reminds me of Bruegel for some reason. awsome
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Hoddie|Student Digital Artist
lucky cardboard :) to be made so beautiful
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siudajSTEJ's avatar
IT's beautiful:D
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mikahljames|Student Traditional Artist
gorgeous, i love how folky it is
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FinBro's avatar
This is beautiful. Reminds me of Bergman's films for some reason. Which is of course a compliment :)
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kperusita| Traditional Artist
wow!!! I'm in love with that painting!!! chapeau!!! :love:
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