in Art Love It OLOC background studies – WIP by Alex Ledante April 17, 2019, 3:27 am 164 Views 11 Votes 25 Comments Share Tweet Pin These are all just different ideas or elements for the background of the Our Lady of Chernobyl piece that I am not working on, which is the prequel to the Our Lady of Fukushima piece that I am also not working on Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 11 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet PinChernobylcyberpunkdisasterdystopiangeiger counterhazmatnuclearRadiationtowerWIP Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 25 Comments Leave a Reply You captured the scene perfectly in my opinion. Great job. 1 Log in to Reply thanks. I was playing around with it more last night Log in to Reply Yes… It’s interesting you “are not able” to think that way about my work – bags also have all of that……. Log in to Reply Interesting structures, shapes, materials and colors… 1 Log in to Reply that is how I try to think about my work, regardless of what it actually is… Log in to Reply Yes… It’s interesting you “are not able” to think that way about my work – bags also have all of that……. 1 Log in to Reply Perhaps I don’t understand bags well enough to comment on them? Log in to Reply Yes…, seems your capabilities are quite small for an artist… I “forgot” to say or should I say… how many times I mentioned I never understood your works too but there was always something to comment. Don’t pretend being stupid, i will not comment any more, it is below my level to explain such things………! Sorry for my intelligence……. Love the waste containment tanks!!! There isn’t a version of it that I don’t like!! (except #5 bleached) 1 Log in to Reply yeah, bleached didn’t work. I can rarely pull off an overexposed piece, but when I do then I feel like a bad ass artist Log in to Reply Nice, I suspect the cooling towers in question are post-nuclear meltdown… 1 Log in to Reply this is meant to be Chernobyl, so… 1 Log in to Reply with no concrete dome? 🙁 nice, but if it is really post, then the towers are too clean. 1 Log in to Reply yeah, I should do something about that 1 Log in to Reply 🙂 A long crack would be cool!!! Wow, the non-artist telling the artist what to do. Time to pop a grain of Salt, Alex! 1 This is a sad story whose consequences are still felt today … the pictures are nice and interesting 1 Log in to Reply what horrors we visit upon ourselves and the planet in the name of profit Log in to Reply Yeah, really sad, dear friend 1 Log in to Reply the real tragedy is that we do nothing to stop this Log in to Reply This is even more sad … nothing is learned from us 1 I shudder to think what the people living near these plants must have been thinking when the meltdown began. 1 Log in to Reply they were most likely wishing they could switch places with the corrupt politicians who allowed the meltdown to happen in the first place Log in to Reply That is true since the majority of politicians do not care for the people that they are supposed to serve. 1 Log in to Reply still, we must ultimately hold the populace responsible for the leaders they chose… Log in to Reply That is true since electing leaders that are despots have serious consequences. 1 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.