Children of the Night...

PhotoShop Fantasy posted on Jun 07, 2017
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...and now for something totally different... I am trying to achieve a mood here by using colour and shapes, with one of my favourite subject's, namely 'ART-DECO' - I just lurve Art-Deco and Art Nouveau e.g. furniture, jewelry, fonts, architecture, paintings and not to forget interior designs... aaah... Art Deco also called style Moderne, a movement that originated in the 1920's [Art Nouveau is decorative, Art Deco is sleeker - think the Chrysler building]... * * * 'Children of the Night' [my title] probably a little unusual, but for me it conjures up their future and who will inherit what we started... [it wouldn't do them much good, living on the Moon or Mars one fine day ?] LOL * * * there is a similar one, following this one, just different colours... Cheers Brigitte

Comments (16)


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jif3d 9:20PM | Wed, 07 June 2017

Yeah, I get that Art Deco feel/mood from the colouring and the blocking shapes, sort a reverse use of negative space...very cool result and you just gotta love the crazy little bats with 'worried about the future startled look', good one BB !

~Cheers~

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_Bee 10:25PM | Wed, 07 June 2017

I love this thought-evoking piece. It's beautiful.

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Faemike55 11:16PM | Wed, 07 June 2017

this is a cool piece of art. Whenever I read or hear 'children of the night, I think of the quote from 'Love at First Byte' Children of the night...Shut Up!'

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starship64 1:20AM | Thu, 08 June 2017

I like the way the curves flow around and past her body. Very nicely done.

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Jean_C 1:26AM | Thu, 08 June 2017

I prefer this version that I find more readable in the details. Great art work for these two creations, Brigitte!

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rbowen Online Now! 2:02AM | Thu, 08 June 2017

Excellent work!!!

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DukeNukem2005 5:14AM | Thu, 08 June 2017

Excellent!

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awjay 1:40PM | Thu, 08 June 2017

nice work

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jayfar 3:14PM | Thu, 08 June 2017

Looks a nice way of expressing yourself Brigitte.

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wysiwig 12:17AM | Fri, 09 June 2017

Very creative. The bats are a nice touch. When I saw your title I immediately thought of my old friend Bela.

“Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make.”

Dracula (1931) - Children of the Night

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT7SUoy1mnA

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Cyve 4:18AM | Fri, 09 June 2017

Fantastic creation and I love this concept... Wonderfully done my friend !!!

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bodo_56 10:56AM | Sat, 10 June 2017

Very creative work, i like this a lot!

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dochtersions 1:42AM | Mon, 19 June 2017

You did awesome here, Brigitte, I'm impressed by all you made, in a way it's touching too. The child is uplifting, and all the swirls with their colours are so very lively, as a dance on lovely music. Music is in the air here 😇

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flavia49 1:41PM | Sat, 24 June 2017

excellent

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jmbwalsh 7:55AM | Tue, 27 June 2017

Excellent Image

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anahata.c 6:20PM | Mon, 24 July 2017

Yes, it's very Art Deco---your shapes dominate the piece, with those modern geometric lines and swirls everywhere. And, into all that, you put some bats, and that young woman: She's created with the stylized lines and presence of, yes, Art Deco-inspired painting and sculpture. You see figures like this in Art Deco ornament (like the Chrysler Building). Lots of tall dark pillars of shadow on top, and the woman seems a young goddess in the lower portion. A mythic image...and "Children of the Night" suits it perfectly. Really well done, Brigitte.

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