in Challenges Love It color crazy challenge – miko by Alex Ledante July 20, 2019, 3:38 am 23 Votes 37 Comments Share Tweet Pin When I did our lady of Chernobyl, it wasn’t to pick on Russia but to call out irresponsibility with nuclear power. To that end, I had always planned to do a piece for Fukushima as well… #1 our lady of Fukushima this isn't the way I wanted to unveil the piece but it is the only red piece I had on hand Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport I thought this was a real statue somewhere. Very cool idea. 1 Log in to Reply the pose kinda sucks, but those material settings? 1 Log in to Reply Not too keen on the pose either, it is the material that stands out. Is it plastic, cellophane, or plaster? 1 Log in to Reply I started out wanting that PVC that they use for hazmat suits, but notice her white surface has a hint of transparency… Log in to Reply Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 23 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinchallengeColor Crazy Challenge 2019color crazy challenge RedfukushimaJapanmikoradioactivered Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 37 Comments Leave a Reply Fair enough. ? I like how “stereotyped” she is. ? 1 Log in to Reply in what way is she sterotypical? 1 Log in to Reply The colors and the outfit really call for Japan, but what got my attention at first was the pose. And maybe, the background too, radiation shaped as tentacles? ? 1 Log in to Reply it’s a rad suit done up in the style of a miko outfit 1 Log in to Reply This one is so cool looking, I do not mind the baldness lol. It suits the theme. 1 Log in to Reply she’s not bald- she’s wearing a class A hazmat suit Log in to Reply Cool art. Is Fukushima the place where some dumbass kid sneaked in without authorization and took some photos? Of course, he exposed himself to nuclear radiation but hey, he got infamy and short stint as celebrity ? 1 Log in to Reply Fukushima is the place that went into perpetual meltdown in 2011 and has been irradiating the Pacific ever since. Don’t know anything about a dumbass kid, but I can tell you a bit about dumbass saftey officials and dumbass accountants… Log in to Reply I like that bright red 1 Log in to Reply the color and the surface settings are fun 1 Log in to Reply Loving the graphics. Very colorful too 1 Log in to Reply trying to evoke woodblock print imagery into a modern setting 1 Log in to Reply Amazing piece again, fits well with the color challenge. 1 Log in to Reply I didn’t do it for the challenge, just used it because it met the criteria Log in to Reply Excuse my mistake. I was only going by the title 1 Log in to Reply no problem, I just didn’t want you to think I did this for the challenge Log in to Reply Mrs Fukushima is a real art 1 Log in to Reply I want to fix her pose Log in to Reply And how will you do it? 1 Log in to Reply I will ask Steve. He always knows what to do Log in to Reply I knew you’d find yourself, my friend 1 Very good creative statue 1 Log in to Reply really pleased with my material choices here Log in to Reply I like her better than the one in yellow. 1 Log in to Reply this piece is more fun than the original 1 Log in to Reply Well that’s the truth. The other looked quite imposing. 1 Log in to Reply this one should also be disturbing, just in an Ukiyo-E kinda way 1 Log in to Reply You do whatever you like but this power will remain with select few. Others will try but will not succeed anyways! 1 Log in to Reply until the populace learns where the true power lies, you’re right Log in to Reply Yes, well New Zealanders have protested against Nuclear weapons and we also protested against ships carrying nuclear weapons. However, in protesting against Nuclear weapons, I find it hard to believe that big super powers will just give up their nuclear weapons. They will not. I know too much about human nature to believe they ever would. 1 Log in to Reply this is protesting nuclear power, which can be used safely but is not… 1 Log in to Reply Serves the purpose of the challenge. Does it not? 1 Log in to Reply red? check. yeah, it gets the job done 1 Log in to Reply Well, it is red. What am I commenting on here? 1 Log in to Reply you probably joined after my debut of Our Lady of the Perpetual Meltdown https://virily.com/virily_poll/chernobyl-background-showdown/ 1 Log in to Reply Now I understand! I definitely like the one in red better than the one in yellow. 1 Log in to Reply seems like the miko will be even more popular than the Madonna of Chernobyl 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.