Please Make It Stop
$10.00 – $38.50
A tormented woman is surrounded by voices of all volumes and motives. She can’t take it anymore.
8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20"
- Creation Date: April 05, 2015
- Software Tools: Poser Pro 2014, Photoshop CS6
- Canvas Size: Standard
This is a very personal piece for me. The original concept for this arose during a deep depression back in early 2009. Once my skills increased, I recreated it in 2011 but knew at the time I could do even better down the road. Well, I just revisited the concept again for 2015 and came up with a brand new artwork. Although the artwork is new and improved it is still showing the very same dark emotional yet surreal concept. I like this brand new version best as it conveys the mood much more powerfully with a menacing feel while yet managing to be somewhat pleasing to the eyes.
Rather than work from an old scene of one of my previous tries at this concept, I started fresh. After posing the central character and adjusting her expression to fit the piece, I rendered her on a neutral dark gray background prop. I used a combination of IDL and dramatic spot lights to create the dark shadows and stark contrast. I needed the lighting to set the mood just as much as her pose and expression did so. In postwork, I added several texture overlays and used a mask to “cut out” the central figure from the textures so they would only overlay the background and not her. Only the top most overlay is on both the character and the background. I created that layered background to have a look of neural pathways to show that the voices are from within her. The many mouths around the scene were all rendered one at a time on a complete human figure using a variety of expressions and phonemes. I then took each render and erased everything except for the lips and inside the mouth while in Photoshop. After arranging the different mouths around the figure on different layers, I placed them behind her. It took me a while to figure out the right way to blend the mouths into the background but I finally managed to do so with a variety of layer styles to create the final effect.
Each artwork is printed by professional printers so that your prints will look amazing and last a lifetime. The prints will be printed on a metallic fine art paper that creates stunning, vibrant prints with high contrast. Artworks were created at and will be printed at 300ppi for crisp detail. Some color variation may arise due to differences in computer monitors/mobile devices and display settings. Prints will look as the artist intends and be shipped ready for framing. The “Copyright Lizzie Prusaczyk www.d9s.co” watermark seen on preview images will not be on the printed image. A small “signature” will be faintly visible on the lower left corner. I try to make sure that my digital signature does not distract from the artwork and is only just visible enough so that you will always know who the artist was who created the artwork. For more information about the prints available from Dream 9 Studios, click here.
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