Yes , sorry , i understand your opinion ... I'm wrong, I think the topic of nudism, has an incredible difference but I did not realize what he was talking before, and sorry for the error, the translator google sucks ..
I'm going to guess this is a language thing, considering you're from Brazil, because I'm not sure what "disperta" means.
But from what I can make out, I imagine you're telling me they "feel" the same.
If that's what you meant, I don't really agree with that. There's a clear difference between what's going on in the scene above and two (or more) people humping eachother and moaning.
They are two different issues yes, but you like me know disperta the same feeling.
Pornography and nudity are two very different subjects, even if one is used in the other. You're allowed to post works with nudity in them, as long as you give a warning in the preview (this piece is an exception, since rules were most probably different in '05).
About the piece: I find myself coming back to this quite often. Everything about this is wonderful.
Nice and original scene. I am just surprised that the woman is fully naked, I thought that it is forbidden here. I didn't have to dress up woman in my picture, damn! My next one is going to have naked woman too to compensate myself for this misunderstanding.
It's no question that this is awesome but I have problems to understand your lightning in this piece.
What bothers me is that Helens head is before Paris arm (Left from the Viewer) and Menelaus arm (R.V.) is before Helens head but Menelaus arm, which should get more light, is darker than Paris arm, which should get less light. And Helens arm (R.V.) is even wierder to me because I don't get why it even is in shade.
Plus I have problems reading Helens and Paris poses in space, because as I look at it Paris left side (from the viewer) is in front of Helen as his foot position suggests but this would mean that he have to lean so much backwards (the shading and stance actually suggesting against that, but how else can Helens head and arm be in front of him?) that he has a very unstable position.
I could be wrong on these things and would be happy to be corrected so I could learn more about it.
On the other hand the stances and shading of everyone alone is awesome and so is the scene, interaction and the spacing.
I know this is an old piece but I would appriciate it if you could tell me your opinion abous the issues I have written about.
Edit: By the first 'space' I mean space in the 3rd Dimension - by the last space I just mean the arrangement of areas and the negative space
Nice one, Helen reminds me of the Venus of Botticelli!
It's like in A Midsummer Night's Dream, where Lysander and Demetrius practically fight to the death over who gets Helena. When you truly love someone, you don't just go ahead and have a threesome with them, you extinguish the competition... Or, at least, that's how it went on back in the day.
One thing is wrong here...
Why aren't they focuing on the girl?
Cool idea I really like how Helen's arm interacts with Paris, causing his attack to be clumsy. I thought the green heart was a cop out but couldn't find a solution (tried highlights to suggest heart: http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e199/sharprm/neg4.gif). Maybe instead of heart from negative space, could be done with action lines? Or maybe a heart negative space shouldn't be the focus of the piece, maybe things should be done to make the focus on something else and the heart shape unnoticed? Nice poses and shading anyway.
Just exquisite! The anatomy is this art is spot on, and the shading is brilliant. I am indeed impressed. Keep up the amazing work.
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Great job, BBrother!
What have I started???
Albeit this is 2 and a half years ago.
Let me start by saying this piece is just stunning. I love the VG style and the positions of the bodies are interesting and shaded beautifully.
With that said it'd be cool if the bg had a little more going on.