Samurai Girl 2 by goldie ()
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Covid has played paddy whack on my energy levels...so...same girl, etc. as in previous scene, just a different pose for the girl.
Thanks for the view and your kind comments.
Image Comments (18)
eekdog () 11:27AM | Sat, 24 April 2021
everybody was kung fu fighting. love your asian warrior Barb. your setting also is unique.
MajinBoo () 12:22PM | Sat, 24 April 2021
Love the tattoos and face paint. I thought I was looking at photo at first.
Jean_C () 12:56PM | Sat, 24 April 2021
The painting on the face is very impressive, superb pose and expression too, awesome image, Barb!
flaviok () 2:40PM | Sat, 24 April 2021
e incrível a expressão minha amiga. Incrível ate, aplausos(5)
miwi () Online Now! 4:26PM | Sat, 24 April 2021
Excellent work,beautiful image,wonderful scene,love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
STEVIEUKWONDER () 3:38AM | Sun, 25 April 2021
Very fine work Barbara! Unique in its own way! Stay safe!
RodS () 1:10PM | Sun, 25 April 2021
She looks great, Barb! Both versions are wonderful. You just get your rest and get better, hon! You've had a merciless enemy to fight, and you're winning! But it does take a tool on you, so just rest and recharge.
LyleAryn () 1:35PM | Sun, 25 April 2021
It looks good, though. I'll say a little prayer for you - you just focus on staying hydrated and go binge-watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
linwhite () 10:49PM | Mon, 26 April 2021
The red fence/porch? In the background really adds to the oriental feel.
anahata.c () 3:29AM | Wed, 05 May 2021
ditto, Rod, you've been through a ton, and you've come through it with real strength, but I've heard about the after effects of that disease, and you have a right to "repeat" yourself and also to rest, so take whatever time and rest you need. I have never forgotten that you had covid, and I wish you all the best in getting past it.
But besides that, there's no repetition: I love series, I love them, and you've caught different moods of the same woman, and that will always touch a special place in me. I love this one because she's stooping, and she looks a little friendly, but also guarded, and a bit dangerous---another complex pose (differing emotions in the same image). And the colors on her---incl her olive-tan skin---make a beautiful melange w/ all that light and shadow. The red background is a nice contrast, and I really like the direction of the two swords---real visual counterpoint here. You know, if fatigue or illness forces you to concentrate on one subject, you're essentially doing "theme and variations," and that's one of the wonderful forms in western classical music (or in jazz, where the musicians re-create the song over and over with their improvs). This is a very complex variation, w beautiful hues.