You are one of the few who managed to grasp and depict this movie's sad meaning through a continuous,beautiful metaphor and I congratulate you for that!
I love how little Jiro's dream starts as pure white doves. I love how it takes a realistic form as a plane when he decides to study it. It grieves me but I love how you drew his innocent planes turning into war machines which nicely depicts how a man's dream may clash and obey to the needs of society. I clap for you even drew him kissing his love which is a great irony to his choice!
Among of them all, I love the most the final image of old Jiro alone with his paper plane and the falling star. Could this falling star be his lost love or maybe his lost dream which never came true in the proper way?
No matter what, you've done an excellent job and I will always be grateful to artists like you that give way to so many emotions to be expressed!
This is beautiful! The composition of the child on the left and the older person on the right is just so well thought out, and your painting is gorgeous! There's such an ethereal quality to it, congrats, this is well deserved! o/
Seito-chanFeatured By OwnerMar 7, 2014Professional General Artist
This really made me shed some tears, it's simply breathtaking and it expresses so much the idea of having, following and ultimately fulfilling your dreams, and therefore having a complete life and experience as a true, complete human being. I'm speechless, just... great done, thank you so very much for giving me the opportunity of seeing such a soul-warming artwork, I'm very grateful