Wow. That almost looks like a photo that you've embellished. Very cool.
He looks very intense, like he's thinking really hard. It has an industrial feel to it. Yes, very cool.
Expressionistic on close view and photographic at a distance, or seen in a thumbnail, or even both at any distance. Very cool.
Underneath all that chaos there appears to be a very calm, steady man.
Ditto what the above commenter's said!
Looks like you had lots of fun with this one! I know I risk being redundant, but your sense of composition, line and value just amazed (and inspires) me. You do make it look so easy...but I can affirm that it is anything but easy!
I'm with K and Susan's "industrial"--I'd never have thought of that, but I think it's just right.
Thanks, Margaret.The model saw it (which doesn't usually happen) and asked to photograph it, so that was pretty cool.
Thanks, Susan.His intensity does come through.
Thanks, Katherine.I hadn't thought of this as photographic. Interesting that that is how it us being seen. Reducing the image really does let you see it differently.
K, I think he is.
Thanks, Minn. Some days are easier than others.
Thanks, Banjo.K and Susan are smart cookies.
I've got this pattern obsession, you know? And so I see all kinds of faces in the ear, near the temple, a body dancing near the corner of the eye, a bulldog in the chin.
I definitely see the bulldog.Good game, lots of possibilities here.
AH is making me crazy. Yes to bulldog. And maybe chimp? The blue and black dots on his left temple--nails or pegs holding that part of his skull to the rest? And that might go with Susan's "industrial." Some kindness or thoughtfulness in the eyes, I think.
Do you press a button to make a button? the button forms on the left. I had a sense of stained glass.
Nope, PA.It is just the mark one makes with the paint tube adjusted to a largish opening, if one just touches the screen, with art rage app.