working away – comments welcome please

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4 Responses to working away – comments welcome please

  1. Anny Stephanou says:

    Eleanor I like the subtlety of the mug etc. In your previous post with the second image it seemed that a piece of paper was outside of the border of the drawing and I liked that also not sure why though. It seemed like the other scale was outside of the scale of the model it that makes sense.

  2. Catarina Cruz says:

    I think on the top image we shouldn’t be able to see the facade being held like a stage set cuz you have the real ‘moon’.
    then on the second image it makes sense that the moon is a mirror ball and the set is revealed…
    no?! … just a thought

  3. Oliver Pershav says:

    Looks ghostly, as if we’re entering a world where everything is a bit of an apparition …

  4. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    These are so weird I don’t even know how to comment. So I’ll only deal with minutiae:

    Spherical mirror looks like a christmas ornament – so either change the scale of its attachments or make the ball larger. It’s irritatingly christmas-y. make it f-ing huge so it almost looks like one of those weird harvest moons. or we only see half of the sphere (as is what happens in your video reality) in the top of the image. huge and reflective.

    I think moon in upper image is great. Would make it look almost more ‘romantic’ and starry-sky-esque so the foreground and mismatching of elements makes even less sense. (this is a feeling-driven comment. Am not sure of the logic of the image so disregard if it doesn’t help you)

    It’s probably due to the perspective, but the objects on the far left in your top image look oddly flat. Cup + the two things (red and yellow) in the foreground.

    If the top image refers to your paper model, then the scaffold makes sense. if the bottom image is of the video, then the building on the right probably wants to look like a projection rather than set, no? Or no? or have all the layers of the video stacked behind the facade – including rear window people cutouts, the curtains, green screen, etc etc etc?