This piece is open to constructive criticism, right?Homsar5675 wrote:BWahahahahhaAAAAA... right... so... yeah... I'll do what I want.
Your form shows an ingenious style choice, simple and unfettered. The "proto-penis" area of the domineering, mentally-abusive male figure is steeped in symbolism. His would-be fang on the left of his mouth, an aesthetic so seldom used in art of this calibre, is devilishly heart-wrenching. Meanwhile, the arms-from-below-the-waste depiction of the daughter figure reveal a deep inner struggle behind the piece.
The MS-Paint-inspired brushstrokes are elegantly inspired, and we see a welcome return of the "white background" so popular in such works. The "Color!" statement really brings home a message on the duality of man, and his dichotomous love/hate of his creator (I assume the Unnamed Snake Goddess, given context).
All in all, I give this piece an A-.