Electric Sheep by me72nl ()
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The movie Blade Runner, which, to me, was about what defines being human,was based on a story by Pillip K, Dick, called "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? "... the pose is my own obscure comment on a pose i see as way overused and overtitled in a lot of...artistic nudes
Image Comments (14)
mtdana () 11:55PM | Thu, 04 August 2016
I get lost in the dark recesses of the cathedral ceiling with the fascinating carvings and lost souls Your robot is but a puppet for some unseen puppet master!!! Intriguing scene as always - welcome back and congratulations on AOM my friend!!!
giulband () 12:27AM | Fri, 05 August 2016
A beautiful composition of the scene. Interesting content that make think about the relationship between the sacred and the profane. Fascinating technique !!!!!
steveHolden () 5:48AM | Fri, 05 August 2016
Excellent graphics and texturing. Thought provoking reasoning and image. Well done. :)
Cyve () 9:04AM | Fri, 05 August 2016
WOW...It's absolutely amazing my friend.... Amazing and AWESOME too... I love this concept !!!
miwi () 9:44AM | Fri, 05 August 2016
Klasse composition,super scene,excellent surrealism!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
blondeblurr () 12:35AM | Thu, 11 August 2016
Let's hope those mechanical bulls aren't getting jealous... and that is some wild fantasy Marco and so well executed - you have a brilliant mind ! KUDOS [we also have another book by P.K.Dick: 'Clans of the Alphane Moon']
BTW congratulations for AOM, well deserved ! cheers Brigitte !
Thanks so much Brigitte!... i love his writing, for me, it provides so much imagery, and his questions remain relevant... i love "Clans..."... an underrated one of his i think,i love the concept of a novel taking place in such a different planet, or is it so different ?
Giana () 8:21AM | Thu, 08 September 2016
playing catch-up [hermine - long power outage - fun stuff due to locale of which i'm sure you've been a party of yourself]... missed this one, and find myself giggling o'er the title and the pose, the boyhood fantasies that n'er seem to fully quell themselves [and to some degree, we, both men & women, should be thankful for that... heh]... what i truly play with in my mind though is juxtaposing your image here from a male perspective with how it might be were you a woman, what that pervasive fantasy would look like, the dream the same at the core, but not, since that n'er really seems to be a thing regularly 'viewable', or created, by us females... [should any of this makes sense since i'm sitting here a bit glazed, wondering where my morn' coffee may be]
me72nl () 8:16PM | Thu, 08 September 2016
first,let's get you some coffee... you are much more coherent without it than i would be... my thoughts on a male version of this... if i look at it in the context of the Blade Runner theme ( what defines humanity?), the male image would be just as relevant...and it would be relevant as sexual objectification as well... that's certainly a part of what i addressed here, i see variants of this pose used in so many poor attempts at fitting the "artistic nude" category ( im far from prudish, but, just call it what it is, own it, if you want to draw sex then do so)...there are certainly male counterparts of that issue, perhaps a bit more in photography than drawn art... the problem with depicting that in android context would be an anatomical one i think... not many ways of rendering a mechanical crotch that would not become the focal point of the piece... but it's certainly a challenge, and perhaps a male android figure here, lacking any such anatomy, would make even mire of a statement?... on a side note, i loved your last posted work, you marry beauty and strength in a very natural, definitive way