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Lady B on wall by bymano Lady B on wall by bymano
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MissUmlaut Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011   Photographer
I love the lady. But I here I feel she deserve a better, warmer interior. Her dreamlike, meditative mood is turned into protection against all this coldness.
The image is too delicate to match this brutal design. May be without the sofa it would be better. Yes, I really see it better without sofa. Just some ordinary chair, or just the cushion abandonned on the floor for the touch of color.
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bymano Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
soon I'll have the image in my hand at this large scale and I could confirm if you are right or no (my home being a very warm and classic in style).

Personally I find some dialogs very clear define here between image and rest of space - especially using this sofa not other model (I choosed it very carefully), also texture and clean surfaces let the meditative state of my personage flowing all around and persist in the air. It is what I wanted to express... it is the continuity I see it for my personage.

Sure, I not exclude other options. Me also, I could came back and change it tomorrow and create a different state for the same image... that's why I like play it in this way ;). I love this freedom of mind.
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MissUmlaut Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011   Photographer
It will be nice if you can post a shot of the print in your own settings.
Sure it is easier to make tries like that than changing your own home to suit the image :).
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bymano Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
missUmlaut would you like to hear a story? (a real story)...
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MissUmlaut Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011   Photographer
Sure. Real stories are the strangest of all :).
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bymano Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
:) - will be a very short one

There was a Romanian painter who did not sell any painting if it wasn't left to visit them regularly and choosing the proper place for them. So he used to go visiting his paintings and stayed alone with it (in the room) an hour or so. I always smile thinking on this man. In the same time I'm such agree with him, as you can't imagine :D.
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MissUmlaut Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011   Photographer
He was both right and wrong...Your children have to live their own life, metaphorically speaking.
But I understand the feeling.
Here with my friends around I am trying a bit of experiment, does not work so well in fact. Works half.
I cannot afford to give away as much as I would like, lost my job and no prospect, things like that. Prints cost money, frames too. So I lend for one month, allowing the change. I beleive very strongly in changes. Well, I have too frequently to remind to come and change the artpīece.
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bymano Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011
I see. In some circumstances is hard. Living only from your art quite impossible... that's why I use my skills, abilities, mind serving others.
Any new idea is good meantime help personal living.
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bymano Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
"Sure it is easier to make tries like that than changing your own home to suit the image" - this is a very good joke :D :D :D. Usual (in real life) process is viceverse... but wonderful(challenging) exercise in digital ;).
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LauraTringaliHolmes Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
Lady B looks good on a wall by herself. Well done!
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