Monday, August 31, 2009

Feast of All Souls

here's my piece for the day of the dead show. i'm still debating working on it a bit more before the show actually hangs. any advice from you guys would be very welcome!

10 comments:

Kate Collins said...

Looooooooove it!

Chogrin said...

Gorgeous

eamon said...

Likes it, maybe you could try the white vines again, in the back, if you made them a little smoother, otherwise i think this is looking good as is.

S.M.Vidaurri said...

really nice man, its awesome as it is.

Murderous T Stabwell said...

thanks all! you've eased my neurotic uncertainty a bit.

eamon, i think i might give the plants another shot. if i can get the lines clean enough maybe it could work

Andrew Stiles said...

Not to build tension. but i feel the arms could use just that. Decent time for a nice sinewy elbow or forearm the area just below the wrist could be shown off. But this is just putting sparklers on an already tasty devil's food cake.

kisses

Andrew Stiles said...

..to bring the degree of detail in the lower half up to the caliber of the upper.

Eric Braddock said...

Really awesome piece, man. I love the color and the composition and what you did with the petals. So creepy though, you glorious bastard.

pw! said...

this is really good, i love how much of your hand is in it. there is an interplay between flat art and sculpted dimensions that is really pushed here and for the most part really works. the concept is great too

anthony pedro said...

You owe me about 4 prints right now so well make this 5. I know i'm chiming in a little late but i feel you could get into those arms a lil bit. arms do feel a little rubbery. I'm into the whole withering beauty death feel. real metal, your giving death a kiss style. cheers.

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