the face reads so well from a distance!great mood and colour combo.ooo printing on canvas! never tried it before but I do hear it has nice results.happy happy holidays to you MuYoung!
Agreed! Face = gorgeous, and I love those painterly brushstrokes you make so well! I can't wait to see it finished. Nice technique too, I have done that before. It's a great way to get an actual painted look, probably bc you are actually painting on it! hahaha...Christine you are a dork. Anyways, posty posty when you finish it up!
Gah! Mu! This is my new favorite piece. I love the light, the pose, the placement of the sword... fantastic. I love the palette. Hey, what made you think of this idea? And I'm all for the printed canvas embellishing. :)
Jeff!Thanks as always for gracing my little corner of the 'net, mate. I'm considering submitting this (when finished) to Expose. Maybe it might tickle a few noses there...Christine!Thank yee kindly, deary dear! I would like to say that the face is gorgeous, because it was based on me, but I'm told by my Christian friends that Jesus cries everytime I lie, so...yeah. You, a dork?...well, I always knew there was a good reason I liked dorks so much (me, I lean more towards awkward geekhood.)Rachel!Yeah, it's become one of my favorites as well. :) As for the idea, well, I am a huge Japan-o-phile, but beyond that, honestly, it just kind of arose from doodling. So, to answer your question, I have no bloody idea! Less than inspirational, I know, but I'll trust in the truth (for now...)