Crescent

Crescent

Posted on 10/18/2008


Photo taken on October 18, 2008


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girl
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In Skies Sees 2

In Skies Sees 2
An old pastel and pencil work completed about 15 years ago. I've added digital effects that make in more interesting and up to date :-) This is the 2nd version.
1st version on Flickr
www.flickr.com/photos/thecrescent/2949004585
Towards a gloabal art.....

Feedback appreciated :-)

Thank you
Simon

tomswift46, MaxKafe, Blendo, David Sn have particularly liked this photo


Comments
.t.a.o.n.
.t.a.o.n.
my favourite version is the first, dear simon, because it's too much yellow for me in the bottom of the picture (v.2), so the hair from the faces above is losing attention. please add the first one in ip, too, so i can compensate the less yellow colour with a yellow star... ;-)
8 years ago.
Crescent
Crescent
Hi Art.n.Nudity

Yes, I agree- You are right. But, I feel it's an interesting contrast to the original version.
Thank s for the feedback :-)
An experiment.....
Simon
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
Blendo
Blendo
great energy, just enough figurative content ...
excellent!
8 years ago.
Crescent
Crescent
Thank you Blendo - The eye is taken away then back again, which creates a friction between abstraction and figurative :-)

Simon
8 years ago.