no more tears by brushfyre

no more tears

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Added: May 20, 2002
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after the last heart beat

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Guest's picture

Did you know that experiment was conducted to find the weight of a soul? After dying, the deceased was compared in weight with its normal weight. Apparently, the human soul weighs as much as a big toe.

brushfyre's picture

Thanks, You must be talking about the movie Ghost. It does kinda look like a scene in the movie, but in the movie they don't turn younger as they lift out of there body. Thanks for your comment!

Guest's picture

you know what this picture really reminded me of that film that went with the song unchain melody. it really show power and emotions
A master piece

thrax-1's picture

I too have had a similar experience with passing relatives in a hospital.very profound piece you have here,very apt tittle,Brilliant image Wink :sniff:

brushfyre's picture

Thanks for your comments! Smile

Guest's picture

makes death look like a peaceful time instead of the doom and gloom, along with dread that everyone else seems to put on it.....great insight as to the last heart beats of a person

Guest's picture

I love the detail that you have put in this picture. It shows a positive view on the last stages of life.

brushfyre's picture

Thanks Socar!:}

socar's picture

Wow, that's a fantastic concept! I really love how the years seem to melt off the face as the ghost rises out of the wasted body! Great stuff!

wolverat's picture

What a great concept. This was really well done, Jim.

brushfyre's picture

Thanks Luis!

mrluisdiaz's picture

I really dig this one. Captures many feelings. You represented death in a very positive way.

brushfyre's picture

Thank you Diadra, Trying to keep the likeness and bring back her youth was the toughest part of this pic! Thanks for your comment!

Guest's picture

This is absolutely amazing! It makes me think of my grandmother who passed away in 97'. She didn't die in the hospital, but she had gone through a lot and was ready to go on....(brushes tear away). I'm still novice at art, but I must say this is amazing!

brushfyre's picture

Thanks Daniel!

xar's picture

This is fantastic! I like this metallic color and the yellow light. Very good rendering!!! When I'm looking through your gallery, I have to mention that your skills dealing with light and it's colors are impressing!

brushfyre's picture

Thanks Diane! I had a close relative in the hospital at the time this came to me. Not that I wanted her to pass!

diane's picture

Really wonderful piece.

brushfyre's picture

Thank you!!

Guest's picture

great piece, great consept !!!

brushfyre's picture

Thank you Lina!!
Wish i had noticed her hand being out of wack before I sent this in tho!

lunargirl's picture

this is so precious! and well illustrated! i love how she gets younger and restores to her once possessed beauty as she rises out of herself. such solace. precious.

Art at its best.