This is an older job and one I was always sort of torn about. It never really got me excited like some of my other images do but there was...something I liked about it. See, I like including people wherever I can to my work. I like people. So it is as much to my surprise as anyone's that I submitted the sketch for this job to begin with. But it got accepted to go to finish and here it is. It's not a perfect work by any means and I would have liked to have had someone in the piece. BUT I thought it kind of a ballsy move to make the city green. My palette, while not usually what anyone would consider "natural", doesn't usualy go as "out there" as to make a green cityscape. But here it is. There's kind of a strange lit-from-below thing happening with the chair in the corner. The creepy lighting and the weird cityscape color goes towards making the whole thing feel a little foreboding, a little "off". We have a NOIR-thing going on. THe GREENS, REDS and YELLOWS make me think of those great pulp novel covers. Some of the light and dark work- specifically the unnatural hilight on the panes of glass in the windows, and those shapes of the open window frames themselves remind me of the amazing Tamara De Lempicka. Maybe my human element was JUST HERE and left in a hurry, without closing the window, letting the papers are fly out the window. Que noir music!