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RedWing

Lady with red wings

10 total reviews 
Comment from Linda Bickston


Congratulations on your win. Your creation in this picture is definitely a show stopper. The lighting and the shadows are expertly portrayed. The red wings are just the right touch. Excellent and beautiful.

 Comment Written 01-Sep-2018


reply by the author on 17-Sep-2018
    Thank you so much!
Comment from Daphne Oberon


The relaxed and passionate figure with well engineered wings looks very professionally done! A clever concept! I hope you do well, Daphne Oberon

 Comment Written 29-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 17-Sep-2018
    Thank you so much!
Comment from iPhone7


What a great image and fabulous entry for the contest. I totally agree with your narrative. Passion is our very essence of life and driving force to experience every one and everything around us. It is our 'Being. Best of the best in the contest ~ Steve

 Comment Written 29-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 17-Sep-2018
    Thank you so much!
Comment from Miranda Langston


man, you've gotta be one of the best artists on the site. this is what art is supposed to be. it's a truly excellent entry for the Color Red contest :)

 Comment Written 29-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Many thanks and I really appreciate it!
Comment from seshadri_sreenivasan


An interesting initial impact. Selective colouring!
An impressive artwork rendition. Excellent form: shadow, color, and tonal range has created dimension. Good luck!

 Comment Written 29-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Thank you!
Comment from Dick Lee Shia


Nude but not nasty.
Erotic but not lustful.
Bold bot not obscene.

Excellent choice of red entry.
I prefer to have a red body as a bigger subject...;-)
Tad tight on the sides.
Please don't clip wing tips if possible...
A rectangular frame would have suit well...
Fantabulous duotone masking the backdrop to pop out the color theme giving it more emphasis.

Impressive entry. Potential voters choice...
Thanks for sharing...

 Comment Written 28-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Thank you for your critiques, they're very helpful. I'll change the cropping because I don't like the clipped wings either. I feel that having a red body could affect the impact of the color.
reply by Dick Lee Shia on 30-Aug-2018
    Yes, but sometimes the committee wants the color theme to be occupying a larger portion of the frame...I just don't know its this one--hopefully not!
    Well, good luck my friend!
reply by Dick Lee Shia on 30-Aug-2018
    Yes, but sometimes the committee wants the color theme to be occupying a larger portion of the frame...I just don't know WITH this one--hopefully not!
    Well, good luck my friend!
reply by the author on 30-Aug-2018
    I see what you mean, thank you!
Comment from dalebraatz


A very interesting portrait like the depth and details and colors you have used here, a pleasure to look at, thank you for sharing, and good luck in the contest, dale

 Comment Written 28-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Thank you!
reply by dalebraatz on 29-Aug-2018
    Your welcome
Comment from michiganmike


An eye catching image that is well composed. The lady is very leggy but the red wings still predominate. A well conceived and executed image. Best of luck in the contest.

 Comment Written 28-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Much appreciated, thank you!
Comment from SandraInSpain


I love this - such a great pose, relaxed yet aware. And those wings! That's a great touch of whimsy, and conveys the impression you aimed for. Excellent work.

 Comment Written 28-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Thank you!
Comment from Mari Sherard


Nice image, the use of the color red is surprising but great. The shading of the body is good and the wings look heavy and relaxed. The only thing I can say is maybe off center the image a bit. But well done shading and her shadow pops it forward.

 Comment Written 28-Aug-2018


reply by the author on 29-Aug-2018
    Thank you for your comments!
reply by Mari Sherard on 30-Aug-2018
    Just what I had said about not placing the main image right in the middle Of the page. If you look at Michelangelos bodies design it?s flowing and moving.
reply by the author on 30-Aug-2018
    True, I could use more of a rule of thirds. His work is always well balanced.