It's not only the fact that it's something different, I wouldn't of came up with this, but it's the fact that you've took time to draw this, as well as the other 4. Where to start. Your girl within this picture, I know it says you're trapped in summer, but she's twiddling her feet in the water which is something I'd love to do on a hot summer day down Cardinal Valley. It's actually given me the feel that you're trapped, but you're enjoying the imprisonment at the same time. A contrast of title to picture for short. The texture of the tree and surrounding grass is okay, I would've love to see the more of the grass, but then again, you're in a bottle; it only as so much of a bottom surface, so you've took precision to account in this drawing too. The water reflection and refraction is superb. And then the glass of the bottle: I thought I was seeing a realistic bottle when passing down. Marvelous drawing. Inspires me 10 fold.
Such thoughts of being trapped in a Summer land is shown here by the artist. The park bench is an often thought of Summer yet it is displayed in the distilled stream. In terms of effect, this therefore creates exhibits the young girl portrayed in this environment is consequently trapped here. Perhaps, because the arrangement of moved objects has entreated some power to this image.
Such thought into this design is reflected by the gentle pencil strokes. The harsh darker penciled effect indicates the outline of the jar. Clearly, this effect has strengthened the original idea of being trapped within this Summer jar. The gentle effects of the stream and tree describes the nature of the subjects (the girl) feeling towards nature itself. Another pencil effect is that of the end of the park bench to the pavement. So light are these strokes that they finish in the same place as if the park bench is continuing the pavement like a bridge effect. An element of surrealism comes to mind. Possibly suggesting that the world we see here is not all true.
Surpassing the image focus of the girl, behind her is a bewilderment, as there is no fade effect but just emptiness. Perhaps implying that this Summer land in the jar is merely a shadow or reflection, entering the style of surrealism again.
Although such impact and vision is portrayed, could it possible to further the ideas. We as viewers wish to see more from brilliant artists like Fuyuko7. Perhaps somewhere in this sketch could be the use of color, cleverly crafted into this art to be just out of the focus range, ending in the final effect to be the focus without color. Also, just hints of color away from the main focus can add just a little more to this spectacular piece. The vision here is clear: being surrounded by everything we love without unhappiness can cause it.
Would it be fair to want more? All I can say is that what we are shown here is something worthy of more than just one Summer.