Recongnize the emotion. Tell yourself what it is. And move on. Not as easy as it sounds...You usualy never feel just one emotion, so be careful not to get conufsed in the process.
Detachment by *blacklabelwood - "First off, the depth and lighting here are totally awesome, the use of the renders duplicates give you the feeling of really going beyond what you see there, and the lighting only increase that feeling. The use of the main color of yellow/orange with minimal use of other colors really bring up the overall flow and feeling of depth I spoke of." (
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Well when you work in PS, always remember to work with details. Whenever i was done with the piece i continued to work with the .JPG just to touch it up a bit. Keep in mind depth always. Lighting and coloring has much to do with that. Keep your focal point bright and lit up with your main color, and then blur the rest giving it a sensation of focus.
wow this is great. now how exactly did you design this? so far what i can tell is its a shit load of photoshoping, but it comes together very well in kind of like a splash of gold yellow and orange. i think its quite brilliant really.
Great!!! At first I thought it's "just another abstract", but I totally understand what you've wanted to do here. Detachment huh? It totally feels as if the warmth (depicted by the yellow/orange colors and shapeless part of the work) is being detached and is going away further and further away from me. It's more likely that I'm the one being pulled in reverse, into the void, being totally helpless.. This might just be the best "what do we see before we die" work I've seen so far, I can totally believe that something like this is the last thing we see (if we go to hell, that is ) . Can't tell you how much influence one song that I'm listening to (it's a part of the set so don't know the name, but it's liquid funk) is having on me when I contemplate and look at this picture. Brr, chillies. Fav for the concept!