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There is just a lot going on for my mind to resolve into something solid. In the first instant I was unsure if the fire was a part of the hair and so on. Although I think I sort of really like it that way, things fell into place in a really cool way.
This piece and the other you linked in the comments very much remind me of the video game Fatal Frame? More like the haunting, eerie, beauty of them reminds me of the game. They seem... kind of I guess almost ritualistic or... surreal? It's hard for me to explain. Either way, they remind me of the series and I like them a lot. I love the quiet, eerie energy they have. Lovely :3
I think I've vaguely heard of that game before, but never played it. I did google search some images from it though and I think I see what you mean. and all the adjectives you used to describe my work make me so incredibly happy; it's the atmosphere I tend to aspire for in my art. thank you so much!
thank you! when I first reviewed the photo on my camera after taking it, the song immediately came to mind, and so, it had to be. don't you already know what a tint* of red would look like on me? You've seen my scarf plenty of times... or need I remind you