I like that idea, it's profound and gives the painting so much more 'personality', so to speak. I can relate to that. Especially since you used Death and her love, instead of a generic pair. That really makes it unique, poetic even.
As I said before, I love it and the painting itself in turn inspires me as well.
I'm really happy you like it I wanted to show the real moment in which you've got to give away what you really love. I thought that 'Death' giving away her reason of life was a good way to explain that concept
Warm Colors. In pieces like this, with the purity versus the death, the colors are typically switched. (feel free to blame the light sabers for that ^^) I always see the purity depicted with the cool colors, while the death-like/Ghostly part is the red, of course, I can see how maybe the Woman was meant to represent the death. I don't honsetly know how to take this piece. The woman surrounded by skulls, and fire, while the man is releasing his soul to join her. I like the amount of thought that can be put into the piece, while still not completely overthinking it, and staying true to what the piece has actually included. Lovely piece!
The quality of this piece is stunning. With no dialogue, one must read the expressions and environment to find meaning in this. The tears in the eyes of god as she kills the one person who lived among the living and to see a faint soul say goodbye to his love is touching but what is more haunting is that she will have remember that moment for rest of her existence; both the murder of her love but also the saddened ghost of man, will most likely walk the planet, as one emotion, forever.
Well, I am not your average deviantARTist. I have been trained by professional artists to understand and appreciate the fine details of artwork, whether it be the art style or what is the picture trying to say? I may be a cartoonist but I know my stuff.