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black boned by UnspecifiedUnknown black boned by UnspecifiedUnknown
model: =ADreamCatchingPanda
photographer: me

train tracks.



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sleepysheepdog Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013
i feel like i've walked through this kind of world and sky with that kind of body for a long time, black boned. so apt. very smart, ma'am. keep cutting us to the quick. 
UnspecifiedUnknown Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013   Writer
if my art produces feelings and images like those,
then i've done my job. thank you for making it enjoyable :heart: 
i-am-a-bridgewalker Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
aaah so beautiful.

telephone poles are one of my favorite things.
UnspecifiedUnknown Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013   Writer
:heart: :heart: 
WallabyArt-Poetry Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
shit...i would say i dont know why people arent jumping all over this, but thats often not quite how things work on here. regardless, im enthralled. there are so many interesting potential the central figure simultaneously performing ballet while conducting an orchestra, similar in form to the chorus of poles, but clearly volitionally transcendent...the wires fixed to every last protrusion but the figure---the symphony of life, and also the interconnected and bound masses, affected, affecting, interdependent, and conforming, while the conductor is more conscious of her role in it all, her influencing and awakened choice to be less influenced and more personally expressive. (the tracks, then, indicating the continual elapsing of time, surrounded by nature: the cosmic evolution of our species.) fanciful, perhaps, but fancy is really where we all live, in the end.

the colorized, bichome looking nature of this, interplaying wonderfully with the half-and-half composition, curving and penetrating rather than being some simple, martial delineation, helps bring the focus to the fundamental elements. some bombastic, infinihued sunset, or drawing more detail than a sillouete into the fore, would be inappropriately distracting. (and then, theres my potentially unhealthy draw towards pictures of wired poles, traintracks, and various other common items not a part of this particular work.) i guess this one needed an overlong comment to compensate the dearth.
UnspecifiedUnknown Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013   Writer
do you have any idea how much i adore/respect/admire your comments/interpretations of my pieces?
sincerely, thank you wholeheartedly for this.

and yes, unfortunately dA doesn't work the way we always want it to, but alas.
having few meaningful comments here and there is more than enough for me, who am i to complain?

had this playing: [link]
WallabyArt-Poetry Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
vivaldi, goddamn straight. things like this just beg for explication...its usually a bad idea to share what flashes through my head in the first second or two i see something and run through all sorts of avenues and clouds, but on occasion people apparently appreciate it.

it does seem, though, that things (both natural and arranged symbols, and the situational capacity to communicate through convergences) do not tend to be lost on you. and i thought, for example, that picture of your mister marked up was a brilliant use of multilevel poetic symbolism. drawing together the comical/suggestive, creative/cosmological, and the physiospiritual contexts in between, is one of my most favorite kinds of pieces. (didnt want to look like an asshole being the only person commenting. i hate public comments in general, really...even try to review all my friends works privately, when possible, though most people have left deviantart by now.)
UnspecifiedUnknown Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013   Writer
honoured :rose: and i'm glad you enjoy my pieces, your appreciation means much

i understand. dA should have a private comment section for deviations, that would be lovely.
lombregrise Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012  Professional Writer
good ! :rose:
UnspecifiedUnknown Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012   Writer
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