Harriet by UteBigSmile ()
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Good morning my friends, I thank you for your visit, I wish you all a very nice Sunday and a good start into the next Week!
This video is based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, HARRIET tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history.
Respect for the woman who gave her life for her freedom, this sad chapter of history should never be forgotten, because such sad chapters still exist today!!!!
Image Comments (22)
styletx () 7:11AM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Beautifully done dramatic scene. Again, I love how you focus my eyes.
jdwtrxk () 10:58AM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Nice as always, Ute. This one illustrates important history as well the need in the rendering community for greater ranges of historical clothing. We have lots of stylized Vikings, pirates, medievals and cowboys with with a spattering of great earlier period sets but it's pretty thin. Love to see more Iron Age Germanics and Celts, Edo Period Japanese (not just samurais and ninjas), Native and Mesoamerican, historical Chinese, antebellum, colonial, baroque, Victorian, Edo Period Japanese, Iron Age, Edwardian and 20's through 50's...
Scenes like this could put a boot up the backside of developers but perceived marketability is always the issue and a couple of guns gave me fits.
Antebellum hairstyles weren't that great anyway. Made women in the 1850s-60s look like axe murderesses.
Sorry the rant. The image inspired and I get caught up!
RubyTuesday70 () Online Now! 11:02AM | Sun, 01 August 2021
I definitely have to watch this one. Wonderful tribute to the movie and to this strong, courageous woman.
Blue_Steel () 12:55PM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Böses Kapitel in der Menschheitsgeschichte, gut dargestellt.
MollyFootman () 1:13PM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Well done! Harriet Tubman is a fascinating historical figure. Almost unbelievably brave and determined. I think you caught some of that here! It's sad that my country is having trouble getting her face on currency as a tribute. A surprising number of my country men don't properly acknowledge history or the contribution people like Harrient have made to the help my country get closer to it's stated ideals.
renecyberdoc () 2:24PM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Dat ass en Thema iwert daat ech leiwer nett matt dir schwätzen (dain bild ass awer torzdem flott ginn).
miwi () 2:49PM | Sun, 01 August 2021
Agree : A very touching tribute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
RodS () 9:24PM | Sun, 01 August 2021
I love the way you've "zoomed" into Harriet here, Ute! It really draws you in to the image and the story within. Beautifully done!
starship64 () Online Now! 1:36AM | Mon, 02 August 2021
This is a wonderful tribute to a very important woman in history.
Tempesta3d () 8:14AM | Mon, 02 August 2021
Amazing, I can feel the sense of fear in her eyes but also the courage only brave women like her can face. I am with Molly, too many people want to forget the past and don't want to see our present days and the dangers of racism, bigotry and false idols. Money replaced souls.
Colors should make our beautiful unique variety as humans, but instead are crushed like something different and wrong.
Again a very touching and deep artwork, like only a true Artist of the Soul like Ute can create.
Saby55 () 1:21PM | Mon, 02 August 2021
Una grande immagine che mi emoziona, un periodo storico da non dimenticare, fantastico film, cos'altro si può dire, bravissima Ute 👏👍🙋♂️
Giffy01 () 10:17AM | Wed, 04 August 2021
Ein Bild, daß sehr nachdenklich stimmt. Die Sklavenzeit war eine sehr schlimme Zeit in den USA. Man sieht förmlich die Angst in ihrem Gesicht, vor den nächsten Schlägen. Der Character passt fabelhaft zur Szene. Wundervoll gemacht!
bakapo () 12:10PM | Wed, 04 August 2021
Oh, well done! I see and feel the pain and fear in her eyes. This is a perfect tribute... we should not forget and we should not stop teaching true history in our classrooms.