This time I stippled the encaustic onto the image printed on the organza. It's mounted on a wood panel. I don't know what I think yet. I like the subtlety of the piece, but I feel it may be too vague. I like the color of this piece, yet at times it looks a little pukey to me.
I'm in one of those phases where nothing looks that good to me. I'm struggling with a illustration too. It's for an ad in the medical illustrators source book. Here are two variations:
There are some anatomical issues that I have to work on. I've been agonizing on the pose of the woman for a few days now. I have gone through reams of paper making test prints. I want her to be alive, fleshy, sensual. Getting her to be alive, fleshy and sensual in digital 3D is a challenge. Her pose has gone through many variations, and this morning I started from scratch. I'm now basing her on Titian's Danaë. It's excruciating looking at Titian's masterpiece and then looking at my piece. He mocks me.
I'm almost ready to post one of the new videos I'm working on. Part of me wants to keep it secret for some reason. I want it to be right. And just looking at it on-line, not in a environment tailored specifically for the piece is something I am a bit concerned about. You can expect to see it within a couple of days.