I don't generally take notice of the medium when an image takes my eye, but I was quite surprised to discover this was a digital work when I looked at it large view. Your use of rendering is so gorgeous, so superb I thought this was a painting - initially. Regardless of it being traditional work or not, this artwork is just so beautiful.
Thank you for taking the time to create it, and congratulations on the Daily Deviation (:
for what I understand in this pic comparing it with the video is that, the man is dead and he's trying to comunicate with the woman (possibly a love interest). It has a melancholic style mixed with cuteness and sadness. I think it's heart-moving for what i perceive. Well done making something so great in MS Paint. I suppose many told you this but I really thoght this was the corpses bride fanart, but it seems it's from another movie. I liked the song i think im gonna download it what does mean lanfren-lanfra?
This is wonderful and I love it - it reminds me a little of Grim Fandango, but if Pissaro had painted it instead of it being a computer game. Beautiful work on the trees in the background, especially. Very Impressionistic.
Colors are dark, not boring old black and purple but playful - yet dramatic. Background is not simple, it makes you look longer and figure there is something that gives another meaning to this picture. Mr.Skull is elegant, probably not very friendly or trustworthy. For once, a well deserved DD.
"It made it all the easier to hide the bodies..." is the phrase that comes to mind. The character in the foreground makes me think of Edgar A. Poe without his flesh. It is a fun piece... does that make me morbid?
The way this scene is portrayed is very interesting. You create a soft, cool world that seems inviting but the central character (reminiscent of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride) provides an unsettling feeling that haunts and frightens as well as amazes. I can almost hear the trees moaning in warning.