If you are new to this series all the images are based on recent photos of me after being fed through Faceapp (which can change age, gender, etc.), then altered in Photoshop, and then painted in Corel Painter. None of the people actually exist, and thus they are like portraits from parallel dimensions or alternate universes.
This one is a double portrait. If you’re following this series, I often share them in pairs for comparison purposes, though they aren’t intended as diptychs. This is just one piece, not two, and it is intended to have both heads in it.
A careful observer may notice that there’s not enough room for them to be standing side by side, though the woman’s shadow implies they are. Artistic license, folks.
Here are some details:
In this piece the parallel universes coexist and are bleeding into each other. Others pieces have hinted at this as one piece seems to be reacting to another, as in #9 & #10:
I don’t know how these people will evolve or relate to one another until I make them.I don’t even know which one I will do next, or what I’ll do with it.
Here’s all 13 so far (in reverse order):
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