- Jun 14, 2003
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critz & comments are greatly appreciated..
On the contrary I think those sparks give the image life. It looks like that glow is striking the surface of the black objects.Ryoko said:Too.. much... stars.. pixie dust...
You went overload on those and it ruins it in my opinion.
Great use of english! I couldn't say it better myself...Honestly I don't think you need a border at all. Also don't feel you need to label every work you do just because everyone else does it. For abstract work you can shut down the point in seconds by just telling people what it all means. I think it's missing what so much of work of this trend is missing: personal involvement. You don't invest any of yourself or your meanings into the work, so it comes off rather meaningless. As I said in another thread, meaning is vitally important to art, much more when you are dealing with abstract expressionism.
Give the viewer something to relate to, something to grip them. Everybody has something inside them they want to say. Find that within you and use your art to say it.
Thank god, I was starting to hate the ESF art fourm, all the people crti on how "Pretty" it looks never from a "art" stand point. I agree 100% with them.TimTheEnchantor said:Great use of english! I couldn't say it better myself...
Art is not about it "looking tight" Just make art, YOURS. Don't let a program that was written by a team of people do the art for you because thats what kills art. It takes all your meaning away from you.