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actually, I rather like the 'diagrammatic' aesthetic here; it reminds me of the mark-making that surgeons do on patients' faces before they commence plastic surgery - a sort of 'road map' of potential change - a route to transformation; I like the notion that you're deconstructing your identity and annotating it; perhaps this is something that might provide the basis for your final portrait? see belowhttp://www.gettyimages.com/detail/dv1958013/Digital-Vision
Well I liked the idea that the identity is constructed from litle particles, like tree is formed out of leafes. But now I'm concerned if the final portrait would express that or rather it looked like a very detailed "mess".
Really like the idea...and the quote "the identity is constructed from litle particles, like tree is formed out of leafes" is so true in many ways Check Chuck Close, he is famous by painting portraits divided by tiny little squareshttp://blog.lib.umn.edu/peza0001/arts1001wednesdays/Chuck%20Close%201997.jpg
wow, thanks alot, you keep on being very helpful to me, appreciate it :)