Saturday, November 13, 2010

Lesser of Three

After all that here is the final version of "Lesser of Three" with several process shots. I'm still debating whether to go with the blue bubble window or clear. What do you think?






Process






14 comments:

~J.Phil said...

Definitely blue.

Dragan Bibin said...

This is a truly wonderful piece.
I vote for the blue bubble window too.

Bruce Jensen said...

I like it blue

LuLu said...

Howdy,
The detail in 'Lesser of Three' is incredible.

Love your work - you've inspired me!

Peace,
LuLu

Severud said...

clear

rudy lis said...

Blue.

Jared wynn said...

blue bubble

Odessa said...

Blue bubble window is definitely more creepy.

Hannah T said...

Blue.

I like how there are three blue circles creating a downward diagonal from the top left and three white faces creating a diagonal from the bottom left. When it's clear the face of the girl draws too much attention it becomes very focal. With it blue you have to look for her a bit. Blue is also a bit more mysterious, confined and creepy. What effect did you want?

The Scrybe said...

I like blue too :)

Allen Douglas said...

Blue.

peet said...

Blue, btw, beautiful painting!

bill said...

Thanks for all your comments. The dilemma is blue: two nice diagonal taking the emphasis off of the woman or clear: putting the emphasis on her. I think I've finally decided to go blue and create a flow rather than a stopping point. Sorry Sean.

Moon Art Design said...

Great work! Looks amazing! I like both but it all depends on what you are going for.

The clear is def. a stopping point in the picture. It also says, she was recently placed in there and it doesn't appear to be cold as her flesh tones are still present.
To me the Blue seems that she's been in there a long time, it's cold and death is near.

Both tell a different point in the story.
Great stuff though really!