What an interesting fruit! As usual, i love the way you personify the fruit using colour and framing to blend the fruit into the subject. My biggest like of the picture is the way the dots around the eyes don't sit perfectly on the green, but scatters around outside of it. I like the haphazard and crooked effect it gives. It contrasts with the dead-straight framing of the hair.
The hair reminds me of curtains ready to close. Their colour is so different from the blue eyes and the green fruit and face that it is, as a glance, just seen as a border. I like the way you have juxtaposed the hot and cold colours.
I love this piece, but i still would like to see more pictures where the fruit covers another part of your face, not just the mouth. I find these ones to be more spunky and cheeky. Keep at it!
It's been a while since I've seen something as original and just as creative as this. All of these pieces should be a compilation. The idea is direct, its interesting, very colorful, inspiring to develop new yet original ideas. It's direct, in your face, cute, and filled with vibrant personality just from the pic its self. There's a lot of art work out there and I must say that this group of photos stands out of the pack and takes a stance all of its own and I've found that they're an inspiration to me. The thing that hits me the most about it that its so simple and colorful. Yet,...it has a deep quality about it that you can go deep with. The vision of her fruit is the artistic taste that stands this out. What more can you ask for? Cute girl, colorful vibrant fruit (that makes you want to go out and buy some), and artistic paint to add an art flavor to it. You've got your art, your beauty, your model, your tasty fruit, and impact to make you wobble.
This is really cool. I like that you have the ability to raise your left eyebrow only. I can only raise the right one alone and I do this so often, I can barely raise the left one anymore, so when I have to raise both for ASL, it's difficult, and just good for you and I'm rambling, so I'll stop now.
Felicitaciones por ser tan talentosa aun siendo tan joven, y tan creativa! Jamas he oído hablar de esta fruta, ahora me da curiosidad probarla! Deberías probar con un coco, un mango o un durazno! jajjaja
The thing that distracts me the most from the beauty of this picture is the eyes. The irises aren't round and the color doesn't properly suit the composition. The lips also don't seem to have much detail. That may be because they're just so dark I can't see it, or it may be a bit of over-processing. But I love the expression. It's as if she's saying 'come and get me'. All over, very nice!
All these are striking, vivid and a little bit unsettling, and very cleverly composed to get just the right balances of colour etc. They all seem to have a kind of vigour and motion about them too. However, I have, not a criticism, but a suggestion. All the pictures with you and fruit that I've seen so far have a similar atmosphere - wide-eyed and manic. On the one hand this is good, because it makes them all seem part of a series, and anyway the idea of bonding with or making yourself up with fruit is a little manic and unsettling. But are there some different atmospheres you could create around the theme of the fruit, rather than having the model respond in the same way to being fruitified each time? I'm not sure you should steer away from the 'unsettling' side of it, because as I said, the subject is supposed to be unsettling, but maybe you could bring the creepiness out from different angles? Am I making sense? I'm seeing a little of what I'm trying to suggest already in the grape and cherry pictures, where the subject is looking lascivious in a fruit-spirit way instead of hyper in a fruit-spirit way. Awesome idea, amazingly executed! True