so nice. where did you start? isn't it hard for you to balance a piece of work using photoshop? instead of let's say, playing around with different scraps of actual paper etcetera until you find the right composition?
I guess the knife is just supposed to be cutting the fruit in half, right? When I saw it against the woman though, I just had to go and think that this could also be taken as a piece critical of a society in which women (and men) are encouraged to eat and buy their way to happiness, when all they that's not really possible.
There is something soft and dreamlike about this gorgeous piece, but at the same time it's very alive and maybe slightly erotic - the sword-like thing that is supporting itself on her, perhaps, or the strands that fall like blood?
truly wonderful!I love the colours and the composition, the way you organized the elements in an imperfect symmetry . I like how you combined the straight lines and the circles and the way that oblique line ruins the verticality. I also like the fact that this composition is very clear. Also the combination of an orange and the tiger pattern is fantastic. Ilove your works; they are so refined and creative, so greatly executed. sry if I said 2 much.
Beautiful! I really love the use of the orange (or is it grapefruit?) halves, and the colours - they are bright but not garish and the background is such a lovely blend of palely cool shades. The slightly asymmetrical balance is good too, with the beads coming in from the left and the blade from the right.