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Original: Of Blessedness/Of Agony

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Finally I am back on track with "Of Me..." book. This is the artwork for page 6. It was triggered by the question "What would you prefer a quick or a painful death?". I always thought that a slow death would be my choice. How about you?

Here is the full page with the text part as well: http://nuclearseasons.com/ofagony.jpg
Original size is 3300*2550 pix. Fonts: Old Typewriter / Trajan Pro.

Enjoy, reflect and visit www.NuclearSeasons.com for the first five pages.

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Comments

  1. Regenbogen Oct 08, 2005

    I am really fascinated by this... I read the text part as well... it sounds so beautiful... and i love it when text sounds... and when you read the lines it becomes a quiet song inside your mind. And I love the artwork as well... it looks peaceful to me birds flying over the sea... but the waves themselves don't stay calm... still it looks perfect... nature... really beautiful. I am impressed and thanks for sharing it with us...

  2. sukie Oct 08, 2005

    man i love the meanings in your art!! so full!! =D
    super abi!!
    great work!! =D

  3. smilebit Oct 09, 2005

    definitely my favourite of all the pages of your book so far. i really need to get back on track with my life book. anyhow. keep it real real.

  4. DREAM Oct 09, 2005

    hmm; you know how i feel about this. in answer to your query a slow and painful death.. so i remember what it was like to be alive..

    your book "of me" is coming into its own and i can't wait to see the roads it takes...

  5. OracleAngel Retired Moderator Oct 09, 2005

    Quick death is almost better for me, pictured myself turing a .38 calibur right on my head, strong, loud and powerfult to kill me with one bang... didnt like to suffer that much before death since death would probably be waiting for me so no use fighting too much from escaping it. ANyway nostalgic and breath taking.... great job! :P

  6. bluSake Retired Moderator Oct 13, 2005

    Love the stark black and white composition, and your use of space. The negative sun(?) and the gulls are especially wistful.

    Painful, beautiful, suble and provocative. Very.

  7. flyindreams Oct 15, 2005

    Long overdue comment... This is incredible, DC. I love the idea that you're making your own book... the brushwork and textures in this is simply amazing. Much thanks for sharing...

    P.S. Slow but painful death? o_O No... I don't think so... well, slow could be ok... but not painful... *wince*

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