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The weight of unease by RedTweny The weight of unease by RedTweny
ink on paper 50x70 cm
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The texture in this piece is fantastic. Gradation from light to dark is spectacular. The change in texture is well done. I can almost feel the pores of the paper through my computer screen, which, when it happens is a joy for me personally to experience. This may be my own Thick headedness, but I'm assuming the image displayed is supposed to portray a metaphor or be a symbol for the pressure that people can experience from uneasiness and how it can be burdensome and weigh them down. At least thats my personal interpretation. In all, the piece is splendidly done. The artist should be proud of what they executed.
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Sinuous, yet burdened and sluggish, I am reminded of the crumpled silk of a parachute, denied flight, and instead encumbered, listless and grounded.

This piece has presence, and balance - and while composed and laid out in a balanced and thoughtful manner, the ink set in place with confident and patient attention, in particular I offer this critique based not on execution, but on the simple fact that this piece invoked an emotional response in me before an intellectual one, an emotion and reaction given before words are formed to explain them.

When art in any form manages that, for me anyway, that is the purest feeling I can experience from any creative endeavour - whether my own, or someone else's.
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MiguelWorks Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I think no human being can have the real perception of how great this is without getting to see this piece in the real physical dimensions. This is the type of art that would perfectly fit in any organized and cozy living room, old or modern, small or large.
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RedTweny Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thks again Miguel...yes, there is an awkward body in a large sheet ... but it also takes a large, strong  (and expensive)  frame!
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fractalhead Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2013
nice work
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RedTweny Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
THKS !
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Myronavitch Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
Nice to see one of these drawings of yours finally grounded.
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RedTweny Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
the white around give me a feeling of more asphyxiant and lostness. The ground or the basement is sometimes an element of stability that I - in my life - I dont have !
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Myronavitch Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013
That's to bad, but I can relate.
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RedTweny Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
not too bad: I use this negative feeling to draw my stuff and become (of course) famous among 250 years !
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i-am-who-iam Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012
I FOR ONE WOULD'NT SAY INTRICATE, JUST PLAIN & SIMLE. THAT'S ALL.
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