Meer Bluebird elegance
Before I tell youwho is in my opinion the graphic dreamer of the week, I want to tell a new name which I find very interesting, except that she has a gallery still relatively small, might well aspire to the title: Parthenia, a French girl whom appreciates the The Sims 2 platform to carry out works in a very personal and intense style, almost always marked by romantic tones as in Passion or epic, as in L'Esprit du Loup or in La complainte du soleil. Very well Parthenia, go on in this way and maybe I will soon return to speak about you on these pages.
But here's the graphic dreamer of the week, Meer Bluebird (owner of the homonymous Sim and more and more appreciated in Second Life, where she has exhibited until recently), a Japanese girl who has always had a particularly "graphic" and clean style in her pictures (just look at Yeah!) where often oriental influences as in The sword unsheathed or Year of the dragon mix with influences in fashion as some of her self portraits or in some avatars representations as inThis one! if not in authentic fashion images as Golden Tiger rather than Petal or similar.
Meer is famous in SL even or perhaps especially for her "landscapes" as Lake View or The way of fallen leaves, as well as for her “still life” creations like Antique rose cup & saucer or Cinzano rosso and cola. Able to switch from pastel-colored images with strong contrast not only as a color as Red Ogre, to black and white as Solid Muscle 2011 Meer is not easily be framed in a specific artistic category, but certainly there is a plenty of graphics and aesthetics, at least in a part of her work that I find very interesting, with images like Rose Rose, Tveir or Candle lining.
What I find is the common thread of Meer way to tell and tell with her images is an undeniable elegance that sometimes emerges as a bully in Autum violet or in Autumnal tints, sometimes more discreetly as in the different versions of My mind (look at this or even this, which is the cover of this article) rather than in portraits as Spring blue. A light touch, clean, elegant, reminiscent of the art of writing, or maybe of the sword, which some Eastern populations over time has been further refined, or perhaps as sharp as in White balance or Hang out.
So, while I remind you that you can follow the latest news of our favored favored graphic dreams also on Facebook with just a “like”, I can only advise you to keep an eye Meer Bluebird and her production (in addition to that, already mentioned, of Parthenia).ShareThis