Hello, I would like to feature your great image on my visual arts blog on Amazing Stories - [link] - credited and with a link back to the image on DA, of course! The blog is scheduled for Wednesday, 17 August - you'll be able to find it by following the link above. Please let me know if this is NOT ok with you! Thanks, and keep up the good work!
I love the dystopian and lucorious feel in all your victorian/steampunk images. You are a great inspirer and artist! Wish I knew somebody that could draw that good to help me develop my huge dystopic-sci-fi-steampunk-gothic-militaristic story
Thanks for sharing the art. And a special thanks for sharing the music. Classical music is so easy to appreciate but so hard to look for unless you have the education. It grieves me that I have to look outside of my own culture to find this kind of beauty in sound (I'm American...Texan).
This image is really a lot more complex after a moment than at fist glance.
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I'm sorry, no of course I did not mean it as an insult at all, I am just used to people nowadays listening to ... well non-classical music. I enjoy classical music as well, I was just rather taken aback by your statement at first.
Maybe it was also the words the preceded your list of links that made me think this.
Ok, that explains alot. And I I wasn't offended....much. Mainly curious. I think there's many people out there who like classical music, but don't feel confident enough in their knowledge of it to admit it. It is often presented as this elitist thing, not for the common man, when its nothing of the sort!
quite true - my mother always loves telling people about the time we went to the opera to see rheingold (I think it was...one of the rings anyway) when I was about 7 or 8 and someone asked me who composed it and I proudly answered "Mozart!"
if you dont mind, i'd suggest you, to use smaller brushes, because those bigones, are looking a bit "dull" (?), nonetheless this piece looks amazing, the colors and lighting is absolutely stunning, keep it up, but try maybe something new ^^