This is the most, epic, and best art I have seen in YEARS! Wonderful coloring, I would have not gotten the patience to do this! The colors are correct in every way, there is nothing bad to say about this! When I look at it, its wonderful! It gives me the feelings, if you know what I mean. This would be in a gallery, like a REAL gallery! This is just jaw dropping, beautiful beautiful beautiful! The vision is AWESOME! The originality is BEAUTIFUL the technique is EPIC, and last but not least is, the impact, WONDERFUL!!! I love this and I cannot say anything bad about this. AWESOME, JOB!! ~Abbie
Yang is white and represents men, light, war, etc. Yin is black and represents women, darkness, peace, etc. Though they are completely opposite, one cannot live without another. Neither of them represent good or evil, as they both stand for life and motion. Yang is the force, Yin is the balance of that force. I would also like to add that neither mean life or death.
Yin and yang, niiice one, i like the texture you have used.. is it a texture or did you draw it? Well anyway i like it very much, and it has also a deep meaning ^^ But i think i prefer the classic one, rather than the goldish one!
Yin Yang. Harmony between light and dark, sun and moon, Heaven and Hell, Life and Death. You did A Beautifully Work here. I really like the texture and patterns you used for this piece. They give the entire work the feeling of being printed on metal , or perhaps engraved. Good work again! Keep It Up! ^_^
NOT Heaven and Hell. That comes from an entirely different belief system. The Chinese did not assign the dancing fish good or evil, as both of them represent life and motion. My grandmother teaches Tai Chi and studies Chinese beliefs and traditions.
# Since this symbol has a personal meaning for me I love it very much! I like the stonelike structures you've used for the background and the Yin Yang Symbol! This way it looks like if it's thousands of years old, and well, it's really a very old symbol, so it fits very well! Good job!
I would have liked it more of the Yin Yang sign wasn't in the middle of the wallpaper but more shifted to the right for example but it's simple and neat and deferentially deserves a favourite, good work!