See T’Hed Forty for more on this story…

The protagonist is in full control of his narrative now and only has a clear intention for the time being… he wants to turn the world on its ear… well, maybe on his ear… either way, it appears to be a moment t for us to look at things from another perspective.

I find the two yellows particularly fascinating together in this composition… Both stay close to the figure and help create dynamic movement in the otherwise drab background… The red lips and oversized eyes help decentralize the focal point, and the tilted landscape really drives the viewers eyes over the frame…

Stay tuned for more…

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