On the contrary, I think you must have snuck into the DUKE'S brain in order to pull out something this wonderfully nunsploitastic! We your subjects continue to find ourselves in a big puddle of awe at your mutlifarious nefarious talents, Empress. Beautiful, beautiful work.
Oh, Kateness... I think this is my favourite of all your pieces. The steely colour palate is so fresh! Love the composition, too.
The background looks a lot like the experimental set design by Derek Jarman in Ken Russell's "The Devils". Was this an influence? (And no, I'm not hinting at the long promised LTFTTE review of The Devils).
Vicar--Rumors of my dalliances with the Duke of DVD may or may not be exaggerated. *eyebrow waggle* Glad you liked the painting--you got good taste, y'know :)Kitty--Thank you, liebchen! I have something special up my sleeve just for you. You really ought to answer my email, y'know...Fred--I wish I could claim I was inspired by this, but I just kinda pulled together the elements haphazardly. Cool coincidence, though! And I have not forgotten your request--I just want to make sure I give the movie an appropriately thorough treatment cos it's one of my faves. I am re-reading the Huxley novel shortly, in point-o-facto!
Wow kate. People can howl at the moon about the power of black but grey, and what grey (esp. blueish) does to other colors always blows my mind. (esp. how it reacts to orange like here)...... beautiful job.-UNK
You should draw childrens' books!
Wow. That is quite like something that would be in one of my fantasies. I love it! Very cool. This is a wonderful piece. Great job. You rock!
Thank you, Unk! I'm beaming over here. See: :DArbogast--it was exposure to stuff like this that made me who I am today. In other words, I think your idea is SOUND and CORRECT!Thanks, King! It means a lot to me to read your kind words :)
Nice! Do I detect some influence from the direction of Futurism?
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