Absolutely love this series man! The difference that each 'material' makes to the overall piece is dang striking Like this one has a pure, minimalist feel... it's a real accomplishment in colour values, that you can capture all its intricacies while still being rendered in completely white surrounds. Random detail but I adore the descriptions here too - that vaguely mad-libbed, badly-translated-retro-video-game style! Or maybe I'm imagining things? Either way a stellar swath of work all round
Thanks for the comment! You're not the first person to say my descriptions are "mad libbed". I guess I'm trying to express some conceptual basis for the image and maybe it's coming across as corny or awkward, but i don't really know how to express those ideas in any other way.
Hahaha awwh heck I hope you don't feel like it's a bad thing! I don't believe I've noticed it in any of your other descriptions; it's just how this and Indeterminate parallel each other. If it's not meant to be a direct vg callback, I still really like it, anyway. It's enigmatic.
It took me lots of practise to become flexible enough for this interpretive dance photoshoot. I had to stay out of the sun for several years and converted my house into a monkey gym. I'm glad you think my lines are graceful.