Oh, I feel fine. Just making an observation, is all. If I'm wrong, then you can give me some breakdown of all of the intended meaning and significance of the imagery here other than bland, superficial sex appeal. Please, tell me, I'd love to know.
What's wrong with it? Well, I couldn't say that there's anything objectively "wrong" with sex appeal, but the beauty of art is that it's subjective. I'm not stating a fact, I'm just stating my opinion. I mean, clearly people like it more than they like the drawings I store on here from my seventh grade notebook doodles, but at the end of the day, I tend to appreciate the things that are crafted with deeper reasoning and motive more than those that are made just for the sake of looking good.
Um, maybe complain like this on something that actually deserves it, like all the indecent pussy and tit shots on deviantart. The masters of greek sculpture found beauty in the human form, both male and female, so did Rodin, maybe you should have a formal education in the fine arts before you throw the baby away with the bathwater.
Alright, I'm not going to comment beyond this. I am stating my opinion. I am not saying that this person is an objectively bad artist, all I was saying was that I didn't really like it. And, on the sculpture comment, Greek sculptures were also originally painted in bright colors and were kind of stupid looking. Why does referencing something older than yourself that seems to coincide with your personal opinion make you automatically correct? Not to mention, there is a little more dedication and skill involved in painstakingly carving a sculpture out of stone, or painting a mural, than there is in this. Sorry, but there is.
Let the artist defend their own work if they see fit, ok? I'll defend my opinion as much as I want, but I'm a little tired of the white-knighting going on over this thing, so I'm making the executive decision of moving on.
Deeper meaning doesn't necessarily mean "symbolism" if that's what you're thinking, it can mean quite a few things, but yes, I'm sure. The things I enjoy aren't just enjoyable to me because of aesthetic appeal, they're enjoyable because of the legitimate thought and creativity necessary to make them come to life, something that, in my humble opinion, isn't appreciated nearly as much as it should be.
Well, just to close my own argument, I think that meaning is completely irrelevant. If Vish told you this was some comment on consumerism, or maybe the mass production of attractive men in modern advertising, it seems you would like it more. This meaning doesn't change the image, so why does it matter to your opinion of it? We can find whatever meaning we want in an image, but the same colors and shapes are there, so I feel like those are what make an image interesting or not.