Here's a poster design for class, focused around the harmful environmental impacts of oil spills (particularly in the US). Being a lover of all things aquatic, it was a bit disheartening to do research on the subject. You can find the poster design layout with text over at my blog
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beautifull she looks like kate moss .-)
Woow it's really amazing <3
This reminds me of the Sea Woman my aunts would tell stories about at gatherings. Beautiful.
Wow...this is like mother nature is crying
I love your style! It's so unique :3
the favourite button has no point if i can't favourite all of your art in one go!
I find this portrait "Oil" very interesting...a lot of the women in your pieces have a sad or solemn look and yet for such a sad subject matter this one is not sad at all...hers is a expression of pride (or it looks like this to me). Of course pride could fit into all the things we as humans seem to think we cant live without like faster cars, bigger boats, bigger houses...they do say that Pride goeth before a fall.
Interesting take! I did mean for her to express sadness, but the pride is also definitely there. The human pride that earth was made for us, and we can do whatever we please...which in turn causes such catastrophes.
You have a wonderfull gallery
I recently have wanted to do an image similarly composed to this one with the same message--the effects of pollution on marine life. You executed this is a gorgeous way <3
based on someone you know?
Not this piece, but others are
I luv the eyes ^3^
Very, very nice.
This is incredible! It reminds me of that android jones guy, he does stuff like this but digitally. Was this in oils?
Thanks Though it was actually done digitally as well in PS
I figured... still amazing. I'ts easier in Painter I think... i saw a few videos there are a lot of little tricks he uses that save a ton of time. But I like this better it looks more natural and less mechanic.
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oh my, this is amazing, beautiful work, well done <3
The detail you've put into this is incredible. I love how many tiny aquatic creatures you have framing her face. The top of her wavy hair is so soft and reminiscent of waves. The way the whole image drizzles and dissolves into dripping oil is brilliant. The colour contrast is also well done with the fuscia highlighting her eyes and giving just a tiny bit of colour to her nose and mouth. The colour choice is idea--the grey and blue emphasizing the sea and the oil, with the fuscia calling attention to blood and death. Very poignant.
How many tries did it take to get this blend?