The concept is really well-executed. Her expression, especially, is striking and somewhat mysterious. The colors are beautiful as always, although I think you could have added more depth in the creases of the cloth. Overall though, it's wonderful!
enjoying so much of the details here...especially her strange disjointed connection through those twinning branches to the scene she lays upon. the drapery and hair is so yummy with all its curl and flow. And those lips. yes! very inspired now. thank you kindly. Much love and Light.
Wow, this is just beautiful! I hope you don't mind my saying, but conceptually, this reminds me just a little of one of my favourite artists, Tetsuya Ishida. Perhaps it is because of one layer of reality/fantasy seeping into another. The lines between the dimensions are being played with and I like that. There is a lot of subtlety here as well. Good work!
This is beautiful! I love her serene expression and the miniature scene at the bottom with the tree growing through her ear. I always love pictures where you can discover little hidden imagery if you study it closer. Great work!
Your work is seriously so beautiful. Your technique really really blows me away. I love how it's so modern but at the same time I can see TONS of classical characteristics in it. (I'm an art history nerd so I kind of pick up on those things, so im not sure if you do it on purpose or not.) I see it a lot in the way you do fabric but i see it mostly in the way you draw/ shade the actual figures (especially the hands). Its just really soft and round thats the only way i can explain it. (haa...) I feel like the subject matter something that a lot of people can relate to, too, even though its abstract- it stikes into such deep emotions (atleast, it does for me). i just love everything about every piece of work you have, you are a HUGE inspiration to me and I really look up to you as an artist i really hope i can get to your level some day!