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A clarification about "Total War" ...

Wed Mar 16, 2011, 2:00 PM
Had already said that one of my next work would be an war image  (unconventional) as a tribute to the late artist Clement Sauve.
I wanted to comment briefly on something that has happened, in this regard.
The image, which was working, (this far ahead) was a scene in which a group of soldiers watched an atomic explosion, that towards the site where they were, broke around him.
I have to say that the atomic explosion, has been, frankly, spectacular.
But I decided, time to stop that image, given the events that are taking in Japan.
First of all, my sympathies, and my moral support to all those who have lost loved ones in this disaster, which seems to be endless.
Today, heard on television that nuclear plants were out of control.
If not, we are aware of the seriousness of this situation, from the moment that we see on television, almost as if it were a show within a film of action.
Personally, I am of the opinion, that the use of nuclear energy is too dangerous and that playing with fire, eventually burning ends.
I can only feel saddened, to see a situation of extreme gravity.
That's why, that would seem to me a very bad taste, place now in my gallery, an image whose central axis is an atomic explosion.
So for now, this image is left standing.
I'll try to think, another image, that power, honor Clement Sauve.
I hope you understand my position, with which it is falling in Japan.

At the moment I leave a new image, a Nautilus, in my gallery.
Thanks to all who follow my work.


Una aclaracion sobre Total War...

ya habia comentado que uno de mis siguientes trabajos iba a ser una imagen belica (no convencional)  como homenaje al fallecido artista Clement Sauve.
Queria comentar brevemente algo que ha sucedido a este respecto.
La imagen en la que estaba trabajando (esta muy adelantada) era una escena en la que un grupo de militares contemplaban, una explosion atomica que hacia que el sitio en el que estaban se rompiera a su alrededor.
Tengo que decir que  la explosion atomica ha quedado francamente expectacular.
Pero he decidio parar de momento esa imagen, dados los acontecimientos que estan teniendo los echos  en Japon.
Antes de nada mis condolencias y mi apoyo a todos los que han perdido a seres queridos en esta catastrofe que parece no tener fin.
Hoy mismo escuchaba en television que las centrales nucleares se hallaban fuera de control. No se si somos conscientes de la gravedad de esta situacion desde el momento que la vemos por television, casi como si fuera un espectáculo dentro de  un film de accion.
Personalmente, soy de los que piensan que el uso de la energia nuclear es demasiado peligrosa y que el que juega con fuego al final se termina quemando.
No puedo mas que sentirme entristecido por ver como una situacion de extrema gravedad.
Es por eso que me pareceria de muy mal gusto poner en estos  momentos en mi galeria una imagen cuya eje central es una explosion atomica.
Asi que de moemnto esta imagen se queda en stan by.
Intentare pensar otra imagen con la que poder homenajear a Clement Sauve.
Espero que entiendan mi postura con la que esta cayendo en Japon.

De momento les dejo una nueva imagen, de un Nautilus, en mi galeria.
Gracias a todos los que siguen mi trabajo.

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Fonpaolo Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I totally agree with you.
angelitoon Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I'm glad we agree.
you certainly are a great friend. :)
Fonpaolo Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. :D
I'm always worried when I hear news like that. Earthquakes in Japan are frequent and they are well prepared, even if it was so powerful.
...but when I've heard of tsunami, I've really started to be worried for them! :fear:
angelitoon Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
The problem with this kind of news is that you see on television, and looks like a movie.
In the end what we assimilate as something that does not affect us. We do not consider that many people dying.
It seemed that the earthquake was a catastrophe, but the reality is that the Tsunami, was the most victims, has caused.
Hopefully, nuclear plants do not end up in worse, but still the situation.
my condolences to the Japanese people ..
Fonpaolo Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
My work concerns construction, so if I see pictures of the TV I guess what I already know it could happen and with past experiences the tsunami is the more dangerous for the people.

...then the problem with nuclear power plants: wasn't enough what already happened!!! :tears: :XD:
angelitoon Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Hopefully, we might know, my friend.
Whenever you write, I can identify with what you say!
Kachinadoll Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Aww, that was so kind of you to alter your work! I too feel so sad for all those who are suffering and especially for the loss of their loved ones. I'm sure your creative mind will think of a new image to honor him by! Thanks for sharing! :iconwhitefoxmeowplz:
angelitoon Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
It really has nothing to do one thing with another.
But I think, is not a good time to publish an image, in that line.
Siplemente wait a bit. The image I think it's worth. But do not want to seem opportunistic.
Kachinadoll Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I think your exactly right. :) There is a time and place for everything. A wise move on your part my friend. Your so smart! Yea! (Do you remember these guys :icontribbleplz:??)
angelitoon Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Do not worry about the image would end up in my gallery. At the time.
Who is this ball of hair?!
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