Rubicorno.Amazing Piece and first place in my eight.Fasinating collection of toys with plenty to catch the eye all worked in muted tones which does much to add age and atmosphere to the piece.Loki would approve.
A classic composition with teh lens flare adding a nice touch which draws your eye to the connection between the two figures. At first glance its just a couple on a bench, another look and the hands and hair cuts reveal another story.
I like the simplicity of this piece, the juxtapose of the two main shapes and colours againsts the black background.The bubbles add a touch of reality, the bath has just been drained and the toy left rather than this being set up for the camera.
I liked the originality and change of direction with this piece. The theme became the starting point and the material used to create rather than the focus.A striking abstract.
Mark Allan Smith
In leu of a real model, he used a model.Toys as the object of desire, a childs toy from an adults perspective, which also draws you to seeing the toys design as more with an adult in mind.Thinking outside the box while using six artful boxes.
Lovely almost abstract piece from Noriko with a shifted perpective that gives you several alternative stories.The shadows of a child and a ball, a toy doll playing with a toy ball or the shadow playing with a ball.
Wonderfully dark piece that would happily sit in a shadowed corner of the Lost Toy Room.The simplicity of this piece caught my eye, the light giving just the hint of toy and catching the pins.
Roger added more than one excellent piece to this weeks action but it was this one that moved me the most.The colours and textures are perfect and feel like a dark childrens story.Is the Giraffe the toy or is the moon.The giraffe looks up and sees a toy ball he can never reach no matter how fast his legs take him or how high his neck reaches up.