Username   Password  
Remember   Register   |   Forgot your password?

Mood Swings

Mood Swings

Mood Swings by Icalatari
Mood Swings by Icalatari

Description

Description
Icalatari
Anger, jubilation, gloom, and calm.

General Info

General Info
Ratings
None
Comments 7
Category Miscellaneous » Abstract Art Media Acrylics
Date Submitted Time Taken
Views 199 Reference
Favorites... 1 Keywords
Vote Score 2 License Berne Convention

Comments

Comments (7)

You are not authorized to comment here. Your must be registered and logged in to comment

Morpher on January 25, 2016, 2:53:18 PM

Morpher on
MorpherThese are really cool looking. Anger; like a blood stain! Jubilation; like a happy tornado! Gloom; like the abyssal zone! And calm; like the sea, (sometimes.) :D

Icalatari on February 10, 2016, 8:14:19 PM

Icalatari on
IcalatariThat is nearly precisely what I was going for with each panel. Keen descriptions, all! I'm highly complimented that you got it so exactly.

For jubilation, I was actually visualizing those tiny party popper fireworks that rain out confetti streamers. :)
And also just the overall feel of JOY!, white hot in the middle and moving into multicolored reaction away from the center.
Oh, and for anger I used the edge of a piece of scrap cardboard and stabbed and slashed the paint on. :p
You can't really tell, but I dropped water droplets onto gloom and just let them dry that way, so it would have a decent tear affect.

Morpher on February 12, 2016, 5:46:01 PM

Morpher on
Morpher(OMG, if I misspell precisely ONE MORE TIME... Sorry if you got a few emails saying I commented on this a bunch. I kept deleting and correcting spelling errors. xD)

----

I guess it shouldn't be a surprise I interpreted almost precisely, seeing as you conveyed them so well to begin with. :-)

Ah, I see. Happy explosions, like popper fireworks! I wouldn't have guessed the technique used for depicting anger and gloom. Though how you went about depicting anger seems very fitting for it; stabbing and slashing. And and interesting way to  do a tear effect. Those droplets really paid off. ;-)

Firiel on January 9, 2014, 8:53:05 AM

Firiel on
FirielJubilation looks rather like it fired a party cannon and a firework at the same time.

Icalatari on January 9, 2014, 3:43:11 PM

Icalatari on
IcalatariIsn't that what it feels like? :P