0meter님이 '자꾸 이렇게 욕하면 안아주거나 대답해줄것 같습니까' 라고 저한테 말씀하셨지요. 그래서 욕안하면 저한테 위로라도 해줄줄 알았습니다.
0meter님이 말하신것처럼 저랑 대화하고 싶은 사람과 대화하는거 다 해봤습니다. 다 떠나더라구요.
어쩌다 행복한 일이 있어도 공유할 사람도 없고 얽히고 대화할 사람도 없는데 가만히 죽은것 처럼 살라고 말씀하시고 싶으신건가요?
전...너무 외롭고 말할사람이 정말로 진심으로 아무도 없습니다. 죽은 인생입니다. 욕이라도 쳐듣고 싶습니다. 사람들과 섞이고 싶어요. 외로워요.
아무도 반응해주지 않아요. 아무도 위로해주지 않아요. 너무 외로워서 위로받고 싶은건 아무리 노력해도 안되고 화내는 반응이라도 얻고 싶어서
이짓을 하는걸 반대한다면 그건 너무해요. 이것도 대답안해주실꺼죠?
이 그림은 위선에 차있고 토나온다
나치천양하는 미친년의 그림
It look like it could be taken from an animated movie.
So he's going to bury the kid alive but he looks so opposed to it.. and tired.. also there seems to be a single point which is in focus, as though we're looking though someone else's eyes, or not, really nice effect on its own... and there's a missing boot, arm covered in blood past the elbow, face blood, and basically everything that's been pointed out before. Many questions are raised :0 But even observing this out of context, the atmosphere sure is effective. and I'm a bit afraid of Leonhard now.
I very much enjoyed reading your comment! Thank you for taking your time to notice all the details I placed in also. It's cool when the character gets noticed.
Anyway, very peculiar setting here, particularly because I feel the background is all the difference in how quiet or loud I'd imagine this scene being if noise could be applied. If not for the winding bands of light there behind Leo and what's peeking behind the hill(?), I'd almost apply a sort of eye-of-the-storm calm here like someone just walking past right after the fight(?) here just happened. As it is, it still feels like something a bit more chaotic happened earlier, but there's still some bit of tension. I don't know, what with the exhausted look on his face with how his eyes are done, maybe there's also a dash of disbelief and trepidation about what he's going to do?
But then, I'm just applying how I regard these characters and from what I saw in the one WIP. Maybe they're not all that related in subject AND MY EXTRAPOLATIONS ARE ALL WRONG.
That or you were just aiming to make something look good if you squint enough that you only see his silhouette (and his pose really works for that, too!).
This is a cool comment to read. Thanks for taking your time to write. I know, my gratitude isn't showing at all considering how damn late I am replying, but I found myself re-reading it again and again. It's pretty interesting to read your interpretation because, well, you pretty much verbalized a lot of things I had in my head when I was drawing this, especially the whole "eye-of-the-storm" thing. There was a bit of a "scenario" I had in mind when I was drawing this, and yeah this would be a moment they restart the engine and fight again.
And I certainly have NOT thought about the noise level in this painting but that was definitely interesting to think about. I would have to say this painting feels "loud" for me now that I look at it.
Extrapolations that are inaccurate would've been just as cool/fun to read, haha! [Leo is not actually walking toward Kiefer, he is moon-walking the hell outta there!] Interpretations in general are rarely provided anyway. Come on, it takes awhile to write one of those. Thanks again. I feel happy knowing that this painting look like it is part of sequence of event.
Ah, that's fine. You've been going through quite some bullshit lately, so don't feel like you replied too late.
I noticed other commenters ask about the missing boot. That must say something about me when I've seen so much mutilated Leo that his arm and missing boot aren't among the first things I ask about, heh.
Well geeze, what with the orc-mugging and moonwalking, I think Leo's beaten both J.R.R Tolkien and Michael Jackson to the punch respectively.
Thanks for replying.
I think in a way, the WIP of Leo stoning Kiefer was some sort of "Spoiler". I intended to establish that Leo and Kiefer are the ones that are always on good terms, but eh, they probably will be throughout the story except few occasions.
I should draw a very very disturbing drawing of Leonhard that appear genuinely content about himself and life, while fully clothed, also free of pain or any abnormality whatsoever.
Very nice art. Tells a sorty but at the same time raises questions.
I like that despite the simplistic line and color of the characters they merge very nicely with the bacground. And the curvature of the ground looks really cool. I think Imma gonna try that one day.
I love how this makes me think so many questions! like where's his other boot? What happened to his arm? Did that other guy do that to him? And etc uvu
This just looks overall so lovely. I could see this as a poster on a wall *v*
Thanks for your interest! The left one is "Leonhard" and the other, "Kiefer". Don't worry about not remembering their names. I don't think it's that important. I am also not too diligent tagging all my artwork with their names anyway.