OMword... I've never seen the film myself (Sounds very bleak from what I've read in your blog) but this really striked a very strong chord here.
While the anonymous status of the OC (blindfolded) leaves much to be desired, it acutally adds to the broad thematic feel of the artwork and amps up the viewer's wariness. Also even your art-style translates very well through sketch-based pencils; maintaining wholesome forms (Her smooth figure, and the gently ruffling folds of her torn tank's ends) and a very clean quality of tones and lineworks within a sketch based lens. Only biting touches of colour is applied in crimson blood for the title and her stitches, and it really brings together an authentic sense of urgency, pathos & tragic twist. One really does feel pity for her here.
This approach is different from your norm (Lush colours & overall positive atmosphere) yet it works perfectly for this piece's message & character, I can't imagine this in colour. Also this reflects a stronger level of tackling ethical issues through stylized dark artwork. Thanks So Much for sharing this, it's amazing to see you grow and expand with your art-style.
I have NO idea what the movie is about, but this picture makes me want to watch it The drawing itself is simple, but has a lot of story packed into it. Makes me wonder about the story behind it. Why it seems like she's unwilling to donate (her organs or something?). Nice job!
I watched the movie. I cried. I hate that I cried and I hate that someone (spoiler) died and I hate that Kathie did nothing about it and I hate that you made me watch it D,x It does explain the pic though. Good pic.
I've read the description of the movie, sounds very intriguing I think I will be tempted to watch it The image was a bit creepy to me and depressing but once I've read the movie's plot summary it makes much more sense