Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Yin to my Yang

One from me: Yin to my Yang.

2 comments:

Kraken said...

This one is really awesome Bruce!
Yet did you on purpose make Yin (black) male and Yang (white) female?

The reason I ask is because traditionally Yang (white) stands for the male aspect while Yin (black) stands for the female aspect of the Yin/Yang symbol.

Bruce said...

Hi,

Thanks for the nice words.

Yeah, I know that I got the colors backwards. I actually searched the web to check on which color went with which gender, but in the end went with it this way anyway because I wanted to use the top hat and medieval maiden's hat to signify the genders and I only had those in black and white, respectively. I suppose I could have used a white cowboy hat or baseball cap for the man and a black female hairpiece for the woman. I'm not sure if I would have liked those choices as much.