When you realize you've been staring at her neck and wrists, trying to figure out where suit ends and the skin begins, *zenibyfajnie has got you. With her dripping red halo, she also makes you question where the line between reality and fakery lies. Is that her real skin color? Is the white jaw good makeup? Good photo-editing? Both? It would almost be disappointing to find out the truth. I like the mystery wrapped around this woman.
Technically, the piece is flawless, and that's not even counting the post-editing. The strong S-curve pose and subtle balance of cool blues against the violent reds up top make "the cold from the still warm body" intriguing before you get close enough to puzzle over the details. This image is striking as a thumbnail, but I wouldn't say no to a floor to ceiling print!
How am I supposed to describe this? It took me a lot of time to stop my staring, because this piece is just wonderful. It has a great impact, giving the viewers the shudders. The model compliments the photo really well, with the position of her body and the lines that her hands give. And then, all the eyes go to her face. Boom! It is a true mixture between reality and imaginary world. Technically, this is flawless, the quality is good, and the processing is amazing. I really find this intriguing, as well as beautiful and with a great impact.
Reminds me a fair bit of Marilyn Manson's cover for his Mechanical Animals album, with a bit of the Why So Serious? Joker images I saw during the release of the Batman; The Dark Knight. Overall I think this has to be one of my favourite images of yours I've seen