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Old 03-06-2013, 06:58 PM   #1
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A Fantastical Enviroment(2D)


This is one of my most successful pieces that I have done so far, but I still have far more to learn.
It is an environment for a secret alien character, that likes to be isolated from society.

Any form of criticism is much appreciated.

Thank you.
Old 03-17-2013, 06:45 AM   #2
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I suggest you put a bit more finesse into the different surface properties so they read more clearly and differentiate from each other more. Right now, your ground, leaves, trees, architecture, etc all feel quite similar, as if they are all made from similar material. Add some semblance of texture and vary your brushwork so they don't seem so similar.

Also, what do you want the main focal point to be? The bridge? The building? The bridge is your current focal point because it is lit the most dramatically, but if you want the building to be your main focal point, you'll have to make some adjustments and have the building pop out more in terms of lighting/contrast.
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