My speciality is dolls. So when I saw the theme of this challenge, my first thought was a doll. Using a lot of earthy tones, which are my favourite colours, so I luckily had a lot on hand. Her hair is made of a collection of blues, greens an' browns. Her skirt is a pinwheel of blue an' auburn, which wound up looking red in the photos.
Her eyes are brown buttons, an' she has green an' blue earrings along both ears.
Oh...I saw this on Facebook before, an' just thought it was amazing. The amount of detail an' symbolism. <3 I love culture studies myself, especially religion. I hope he brings you all the positiveness you could hope for!
I've got such a funny brain sometimes. At first, I thought everything was just a head with the Pyramid being a hat that covers only the eyes and the arm being - well, the nose. And the sword would be... uh... well! And I read the description and thought about where Pyramid Head could be in there, until I finally took a look at the SECOND picture (where the arm is more to the side)! Now I can see him clearly!
I think the colors of the arm/the apron are too similar. That could be why I messed that up. But aside from that, great work, really. He turned out looking really cute by not adding the legs, well done ami-style! (:
Ah, that's mostly my fault. I'm not the greatest at taking pics yet, an' my house has very little light to work with. You can definitely see more of a contrast in real life. xD But thank you!
So, awhile back, I decided to tackle Pyramid Head, in ami-style. Like any good Silent Hill fan. xD I wanted to use the game version, rather than the movie, although they're equally as awesome. It turned out alright. The pyramid needs a little work, but I'm fairly happy with it. He's wearing his gloves, though you can't see them in the pics. The sword isn't right at ALL, but by that time, I just wanted to be done with it, so I made something up on the fly.
.. =) I do agree, the topic of passing wind is in itself rather ... distasteful =) However, bf seems to enjoy him and heroically defends liking Gnarf! to his mother. Her comment was: "You don't ever grow up, do you?" Seriously, since when does being grown up include killing all silliness inside you? As I see it, since we can't all afford Cher's plastic surgeon, we might as well keep as much of the inner silly (and sometimes gross) child as we can- that's what keeps us from becoming bitter,grey and grumpy, doesn't it?
Pfft. I think he's awesome. An' if not having chair monsters is the 'adult' thing to do, then I'm glad I never grew up!