"..In a wilderness of foggy thoughts battling with your minds retorts and walking on empty plains where deserts soak up even drowning rains Soldier on to this marching song head held high.."- Esben and the witch, Marching song [link]
Shachar-ArtFeatured By OwnerApr 16, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
First of all that is a wonderful song over there, so many thanks for sharing. Is the first time I'm listening them and I'm kind off addicted to music.
Second, I'm getting more and more impressed by the way you depict some concepts into your works. You have already "formed" your own style (very inspiring actually, I've seen so many reproductions after your effect used in so many works from "Tempus fugit" that I cannot count them anymore). Apart of that your works have this invisible signature that can be recognized in any favorite gallery without clicking on the work first to see the artist's name. And this is quite unique here on DA.
3rd: I've seen, like any other deviant here, I guess, so many so'called dark works, gothic works, B^W works, mythological works (you name them all from this line - the list is pretty impressive), but, in most of the cases, they "carry" this let's say, ugly part from a concept or another. In your works, no matter how dark the concept is, you always manage to give it this attractive touch, to make it stand for itself. You change it in a way that no one does here, and, apart of your own visions mixed with a sort off playful joy to erase something from the content of that concept, what I really loved in your gallery was the diversity and this "air" of "Each corner of the inner". Sometimes I had the impression that for you is just a game, sometimes it was exactly the opposite. And the most rare thing in all these is, perhaps, not getting bored, as viewer, by so much so much dark. Usually, in other galleries, after browsing, let's say, 30 works with this kind of dark touch, something in my brain starts to miss function and I get tired. Didn't happened with you, which, in my humble opinion, is more than thrilling and, in the same time, valuable.
4th. sorry for the long novel, I just wanted to tell you all these and to announce you that I will massively fave some of your works that really touched me in a way or another, as browsing your gallery in my desire to get to know your art a little bit more. So, I hope you will forgive the spam.
Many many congratulations, Kris. And thank you for sharing your visions. Ludically or not!