La técnica que has utilizado es muy creativa. ¡Fantástico trabajo! Lo hemos destacado dentro de la carpeta "Featured nº 4 o Destacados nº 4" en Special-Groups. (Es la carpeta donde se exhiben los mejores trabajos del grupo).
Fascinating. I'd like to know your rocess more - how you created the broader strokes, for example, or how you created the various opaque shades. I want to know how many colors you used and whether you developed this in layers. What size was your original canvas? How much texture does the actual artwork have? In what manner have you chosen to display the original? Did you use any sort of mix in medium or fixative? I apologize for the randomness of my questions. Reply to what you like.
Intriguing. This piece fills me with all sorts of questions. I have honestly shared myself in relating to you the mature of my curious mind. I do not expect the same level of honesty in your reply, as many of the questions are quite personal. Some of my question follow. About how much blood do you think you used? Was the bleeding from a self-inflicted wound? Did you do so specifically with the intent of creating this piece? Do you self-harm regularly? Was this an accident? Was it an experiment? If it was a first time, but on purpose, will you do it again? How did you feel before you bled? How did you feel after? Did creating this affect what you felt or thought? How? A few mentioned that the piece suggests a woman's figure. I see something different, but more importantly I feel something and I hear something. I have sent you a note prompted by your work, but unrelated to a critique. Reply as your time allows. Thank you. Keep it real. Believe.