hi i really love your works. decided to comment here because i found you after searching for this title. i also have a work about this [link] and it's nice to see the different attitude of ours. have a good day!
This piece. Is. Incredible. I am in love with the pale tones achieved with the skin and it's just such a strikingly creative piece with an awesome impact!! The two faces in the middle left me totally speechless and I love how you have repeating elements of certain parts of the face around the edges, rather than entire faces. It gives it the mood of an "echo" thank I think is really well established with this piece.
Keep up the great worrrkk. >.< I respect you so much, you use colors so wonderfully! I love how conceptual your pieces are becoming. :'D I'll be waitin to see more!
I really love the idea and they way you've executed it. Looking at the picture somehow distresses me, but at the same time I can't look away from it I adore the color palette you've used, those cold and cool shades, and overall the mood of the picture.
Very cool how you did this! Though I'm going to be that super annoying person and point out that schizophrenia is not a form of dissociative identity disorder. Schizophrenia is about being unable to distinguish reality from hallucinations/delusions (among other things). DID is when you switch into different personas, usually due to emotional trauma. There, annoyingness done!
thank you for writing out the description, i do know the difference between DID and schizophrenia, but what all mental disorders have in common is the complete disarray of thoughts and clutter of mind. Most people lose sight of their personality while suffering these illnesses. But thank you for clarifying this for others, much appreciated.
I'm sorry, I hope I didn't sound super pretentious or condescending or anything. I'm used to clarifying it because a lot of people confuse it, so I was acting out of habit. I know how annoying it is to be told something I already know, so I'm sorry for doing that to you, but I wasn't sure if you knew. I completely understand what you mean about how all those disorders have "disarray and clutter of the mind" in common, and after I wrote my comment I actually thought that maybe that's what you were saying.