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Jakefirebot's avatar

nice

could check my drawing

just click my proflie

and tell me how is it

Catmandolin's avatar
:star::star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

I am not clear as whether some of your work is digital or not--but let me tell you--there is a school of artist in the US who are watercolorists and they are painting on a medium called YUPO--I am sured you have heard of it or even used it. I have tried it and it's very tricky but I think you would excel using it.
It looks like you did a basic sketch and then poured on your colors letting them flow downward mingling into some beautiful washes. Don't know if that is what you did but it's what it looks like. I like this technique--it makes for some interesting results and let me tell you that in wrong hands it can be disastrous--luckily you are the right hands so bravo.
Be very careful about overthinking your symbolisms--use it wisely and make it count--sometimes artists let their messages overtake their art and they lose track of their core intent--it's like being possessed.
In this case, the visual for me draws from the bottom--the heavy lines to the "C" curve toward the neck and up to the eyes and then outward toward the open eyes. What is throwing me off is the motion to the back of the head which looks to me to be extremely explosive. Maybe caged in and overwhelmed, with too much to see. Regardless, it is a stunning pieces. Made me look and that is what counts.
WilliamLawsons's avatar
Although i'm not an art expert and can´t critique on the technique and other stuff like Catmandolin, I totally agree with him in this point:

"Be very careful about overthinking your symbolisms--use it wisely and make it count--sometimes artists let their messages overtake their art and they lose track of their core intent--it's like being possessed."

Best regards.
PeterGriffinislove's avatar
very good critique
i feel the explosiveness at the back of the head is crucial to the message of "never again", and is properly a focal point.
tsukiko-kiyomidzu's avatar
thank you for the interesting critique again! I agree with you )) thank you so much for your suppor!!^^ 
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so first of all: all of your work is great but this in particular kinda speaks to me, maybe because of the title but I really like it and I like to think it could be interpreted as a tribute to victims of genocide, hence the colours of the German flag in the upper left corner and the strucutre similar to the Genocide memorial in Armenia covering the body
maybe I'm just seeing things but then again: your overall style is just beautiful, regardless of me being "right" with what I see xD
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My favourite :) 
lgwildwomanofthenort's avatar
This tells me of pain but yet not blinded by it. Eyes open to the world, the truth and facts.
My interpretation of it.
tsukiko-kiyomidzu's avatar
thank you for the interestng interpretation! :) (Smile) 
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You have many more possibilities with this idea,superb
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thank you very much :) (Smile) 
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WORK REFLECTs  MUCH THOUGHT angd great BEAUTY;IT TURNS MY DAY AROUND FROM NEAGATIVE TO POSITIVE>> PEACE
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