VERY cool!! Love this idea and the composition! AND your application of techniques to create your 'vision'!
BTW: " tooth pulled?!?!" Yes.....Barbers used to also serve as a town's dentist. And, when blood-letting was practiced for healing purposes, Barbers also performed those services.
That's actually where the symbol of the Barber Pole originated; Berbers would hang a white cloth that had been used in blood-letting (thus it also had blood on it) outside their business
door to advertise. The cloth would blow in the breeze, causing the red stains to twirl. Barber poles were created after blood-letting was no longer a trend.
Very very fun. I absolutely love the creativity and vision behind it. The execution of the peeling balloon panels is wonderful!!! I love the attention to detail to make that feel so realistic. Very nice. The bulb is equally as good at the threads, but the upper portion of the bulb doesn’t ‘feel’ like it’s inside the balloon, but rather laid on top. I believe it’s because it holds it’s full shape and none is ‘hidden’ behind any of the remaining panels. It’s the top portion where the composite blend is just a hair off. Nonetheless, amazing vision and creativity.