" This is so delightfully spooky, the old mans expression and the child's little smile are freaky, there's something just so 'wrong' about this. this deviant is amazingly talented and has a gallery filled full of eyegasmic treasures. "
Exquisitely disturbing! The textures and details, from the crinkle of a brow to a sly smile to parallel the look of bloody-toothed rage, work with the wonderfully vibrant and yet still bleak colours. This is beautiful and utterly mad!
You take one feature and you expand it. The feature of the eyes, the dead eyes, the white eyes is expanded everywhere. You know to be afraid and you know they are not natural. It is not just the setting, which may be symbolic or the expressions which may simply be awaiting the obvious act of reprisal against an offender. It is not even their bodies, as we may assume an old man's teeth deteriorate and he may allow his nails to grow. It is the eyes that make you realize they don't simply wish to take vengence on you, they wish to do something else. They are inherently wicked and you sense that. The grave yard is not happenstance, it has a meaing. It is their home. Their clothes are not natural, they're displaced. They are not the ages of their bodies and the nails of the old man are an indicator of his alternate state, his lack of actual life.