I saw this piece as a DD, and my first thoughts were of Salvador Dali, and the mercury effects of the T-1000 "liquid metal" terminator re-assembling itself after being frozen in Terminator 2. All of which took a bit of a gloss off its originality for me I'm afraid.
Equally, I've taken a star off the technique because I can't decide whether the globules are supposed to be opaque silver or translucent.
However, I've got no hesitation in awarding it a 5* rating for vision and impact, largely because it got me to click through from the DD, and to respond to the request for critique.
When I opened my window on this art I saw an abstract world where everything can happen. This really make sense because on the desert there is almost 1% of water and you do the right thing chosing the mini water bublles. On the ground you need to make that more realistic to we all think that is really happening and we say: "oh yes, I hope I went there when I was a kid." You know that kind of thing? That's what we want. Bt in general that's amazing the lights on the bubbles... everything is perfect!
I really wanna see more artworks like this from you. Goof Job. Keep making amazing artworks.
well. congrats on the well deserved DD to begin with. my take on this is that,... believers,...true believers,...are few and far between. and we (i say 'we', because i count myself as one) struggle to find one another. sometimes the impediments that separate us however, are made by ourselves. which makes it even harder. i love it. it's beautiful for so many reasons. but especially for the most important reason. it's the truth.
Hm, I see it as two people in search of each other. From the old line, there are plenty of fish in the sea...that's not always the case these days when so many people are into material things or hurting each other, and the rare few are still out there, still searching in their drying up water source. Which is exactly, what I've been doing for 9 years. Too bad I keep finding bad fish rofl