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The Second Balance by DISENT The Second Balance by DISENT
This is just an old concept I found while browsing through the layers of this [link] I actually think i prefer this one now. Anyway stay tuned I'll have some new pieces soon. :peace:

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Thanks to the great stock providers everywhere.

Model & Room stock from stock.xchng [link]

Flower stock from splucy-stock [link]

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Pantoja Jun 28, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
GREAT!
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DISENT Jul 2, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:peace: thanks
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:iconrgquarkup:
Love the sepia tones.

Great idea.
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DISENT Jun 25, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:peace: thanks man
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eye-am Jun 16, 2009   Digital Artist
Wonderful!!
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DISENT Jun 24, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:peace: thanks
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Adflictus Jun 13, 2009
Great job, i love the concept. It is like the apple is representing the complexity of the human minds since an apple can have alot of diffrent meanings just like the humans. It also adds balance to the piece itself. Good use of the "boxes" it shows you the importence of diffrent sections of humans, the mind (apple) is in centre ofcourse =)
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DISENT Jun 24, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks mate I really appreciate the detailed analysis, I think you're pretty much spot on with your interpretation...sorry for the late reply :peace:
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:iconel-ronin:
I totaly agree with you, I prefer this one. The one with the flower is like the wind taking the human mind, while the apple reminds me of Newton and the human intelligence.
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DISENT Jun 11, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
thanks Ronin :peace: I see what you mean, the other one portrays a more fragile sense of being balanced.
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