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Queen of hearts - Miguel Trigo Moran by TrigoMoran Queen of hearts - Miguel Trigo Moran by TrigoMoran
Indian Ink + black pen.

DinA3 format.
:icondjanime101:
oh....my....god!!!! this is absolutely amazing. . . . . I love the usage of color... and there is only one negative i can point out. You seem to have experience with shading, i just think that in SOME areas you may have needed to blending colors a little more. but otherwise, you did a great job on this deviation. my favorite feature of the picture are her eyes. despite the colors and the energy going on in this picture, the eyes are one of the first things that i notice. so good job and keep on drawing! critique by: DJAnime101 p.s. i am giving you a llama badge and im gonna watch you!
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Very 'grotesque' and surreal Queen of hearts. I like the individual parts, circling around the queen's face. Her body is like a snail or sea creature out of its shell; worlds/earths are born from her right side, getting bigger until they exit in a mini-apocalypse, although this does not make her large yellow-green eyes even blink. Her exposed heart organ is truly bizarre; it is red but pumping yellow blood through her torso.

The bright colors look very sharp on the pure white paper. The small red dot, with Chinese (seal script?) calligraphy adds to the mystery. The Queen's stare reminds me of a Hindu Goddess's face. A few black, or white with black outline, butterfly or moth-like creatures fluttering to her head, as well as a small tree inexplicably growing on her right side, add some darkness and extra puzzlement to the scene.

I also like the 'action' on the Queen's torso, instead of just a smooth skin it has an unknown force going in or out. The form is centered with an oval for a head, with various circles (or curves) spiraling around it, like tentacles or bizarre arms. The gradual hue of the changing colors throughout these limbs add to the circular sense of the work. The shading under her eyes is subtle and is almost a reflection of her iris's color.
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