Original: La Monogamie

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For the 100 Themes Project @ Instant Noodles

Theme #42, Standing Still


Chosen by candy-chan and kuroimisa

Simple yet highly stimulating. This is beautiful work and there is an amazing sense of movement and colour.
Everything is just done so well. Can't miss it D:

Proposed by candy-chan and highlighted by kuroimisa.

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  1. Chloe Retired Moderator Apr 01, 2007

    I thought this was yours :p
    Love the vectoring and the idea is really neat. Great job!

  2. Fran Retired Moderator Apr 01, 2007

    Awesome idea o_o
    The vectoring is amazing
    Excellent job!

  3. candy-chan Retired Moderator Apr 02, 2007

    very GitS-ish


  4. harakiri Apr 02, 2007

    Your works are eyecandy, that's for sure, but I somtimes have problems in seeing a deeper meaning behind them (and I suppose there is a meaning because otherwise they wouldn't be that mysterious). I guess the flowerpot and the "plant" are some kind of married. A flower can only use one pot and a pot can only contain one flower. So does it mean that a man can only have one woman and a woman only one man? I hope my interpretation is not that absurd xD

  5. pamkips Apr 02, 2007

    I hates you Ish (:
    this is beyond rad

  6. peniko Apr 03, 2007

    you are sooo imaginative ^^

  7. kuroimisa Retired Moderator Apr 05, 2007

    Just to clarify, I wrote that there is a sense of "movement" in this piece not in the respect that she's moving or anything (duh, standing still :P) but more as in the movement of the eyes- it sort of just directs you up from the pot to the text- and that's nicely complimented with the colour. There's a particular dynamism in this I really like. Lovely work :)

  8. Anjhurin Apr 20, 2007

    I like the piece in itself, though i guess everyone can find a different meaning (that *sense of movement* misa mentionned, i would have found it more in the slow growing of a plant, than in the vertical axis pot-eye-text).
    Anyway, i definitely don't see any link between the title and the piece !

  9. nkdksk May 12, 2007

    great work the environment is great which software do you use?

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