I'm not going to lie, i saw this and gasped. The vibrant colour of the Red bow next to the mug just completely draws you in and the addition of the chains makes this piece just stunning. By far one of the best works by bloodpromiser. I just can't stop looking at it! Amazing. You find something new every time you look at this picture, whether it's the beautiful delicate porcelain teacup and saucer or the interesting texture of the wood it's sat on, you will find yourself coming back for more! The blue-ish shadows make this piece so interesting too.
Also, photographs of teacups and saucers Never get old.
At first I thought it the tea cup and saucer DID look like a top hat! It didn't occur to me that it was a tea cup and saucer until I read your description! It reminds me of Alice in Wonderland with the White Rabbit's pocket watch and Mad Hatter's top hat.
What I saw here initially was a woman's chest with an historical collar around her neck (elizabethian/victorian?) and a necklace. Did not, as comments suggest, see the top hat right off. I do see the top hat now, though.
You may find me cheesy but your photography is just amazingly beautiful. Really it is I love how clear and crisp your photos are and the colors are just eye catching so much life in them you did a fantastic job!
Amazing photograp! Love the textures and the contrast. I would really like to use this for one of my art assignment. I was just wondering if I could have your permission to do so. I am going to modify it so I can make it my own piece, and I will definitely make reference to you in the description.
synne-amandaFeatured By OwnerSep 25, 2010Student Traditional Artist
top hat, yeah^w^
Actually when I saw it in as a thumb link I thought it was something Mad-hatter/Alice in wonderland -ish, cause of the tea cup looking like a top hat, and the pendant looked like a pocket watch, like the one the white rabbit has got.
Could you please, please tell me exactly how you are able to achieve such beautiful photos? I noticed that you have a lot of really great still life photos where the light just seems to hit the subject in question exactly right - do you just use natural light, an external flash or something else??