Ok, so I don't know what my style is, it's a bit jumbled, overly detailed, and probably attempts to do too much. I'm really big on recursive or
hidden images, I often rotate my drawing and completely abandon whatever I was doing on the previous rotation for the current one. The drawings are
entirely in lovely mechanical pencil, i think color would be a bit much for me at this point.
I'm worried that I can see a lot more in this than other people can. I do want images hidden, but easily noticeable when pointed out. So if it
looks like a jumble even with some legend guidance let me know.
Basically I know nothing about art and have no training so I'm not sure what other artists do this sort of thing. I love Alex Grey but he's not
exactly what I'm going for, but artists like him would be good too. Thanks for taking a moment to look at my drawings and helping me out. Have a
I'm posting an untouched upright pic, the same pic with a 'legend' of what I see, and a pic of it rotated to its side.
The pics aren't great but hopefully they give a general idea of what I'm going for...
The legend isn't complete by any means, there is basically a large bust (large trap), a smaller but more complete waist up, and the rib cage was part
of another but I haven't gone back in to clean it up. And no, I didn't spell 'shoulder' wrong when I said 'soldier', they just happen to be in
the same place
The woman may end up being a mermaid or something, and it appears she may be pregnant. Towards the right is water splashing up against some rocks, or
a mountain. Only the first 'splash' is completed, it needs some more off shoots, but hopefully you can see it hitting the rocks and moving around.
I was trying to get a reflection going in the lower right corner but it's one of those things where I think I can see it, but I wonder if others
Thanks again. Oh and the sketch is incomplete, i'll post another pic of it after I work on it later. I do a LOT of erasing and moving around.
EDIT: If you see something in the drawing that I didn't mention, then let me know. I would love for someone to find something that I didn't see.
I often end up getting to this point and realizing I drew a great hand that I didn't even see. So if you saw something unknown to me it would make
[edit on 16-1-2009 by Parabol]