I decided to make this a series, with this being the second part. I had in mind to make a triptychon out of these, so they might look fabulous bonded on a wooden block frame beneath each other.
Except from the wonderful model miss-mosh from Random-Acts-Stock resources are from my own library, Paris, Copenhagen and Vienna.
While the other piece was more subtle with the subtraction layer method, this one is only partially solarized, you need to have the printed full size version in front of you, to catch all the little details and figurines, it feels like what Kris Kuksi does just with photomanipulation
A little bit inspired by Klimt, Parkes, Man Ray and Rossbach again, hope you like!
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Thanks for your appreciation.
The combination of European architecture and the human form is quite interesting. I also like that you're maintaining the Klimt elements. Quite fitting
This one is my favorite of the three. Mainly because it really portrays the concept of Vertigo very well
~peace and love~
Thank you so much for adding it to Digital Delicacies!
This is a great piece Oliver! Love the look in her eye, very euphoric. Excellent work!