The Journey Begins Challenge (2D) Entry: Simon Bull

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  07 July 2006
Awesome! Honorable Mention! You, dear brother o' mine, are now in the category as Stahlberg.

Break out the VB, it's time to celebrate. ^o^/
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  07 July 2006
Just imagine I haven`t noticed your work before... Too many entries Ehhmmm... I`m also guilty with my "Retired" Congrats for the mention, but first of all for your excellent work!!
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  07 July 2006
Congrats

Well done Cyberone, I though you shoud be in the winners area but honourable mention isn't bad.

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  07 July 2006
Congratulations on your honourable mention, Simon. Well done.
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  07 July 2006
Great image , congrats man!
 
  07 July 2006
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First congratulations !
It's really an impressive Textured painting I admire how you put the textures on the stones very lovely !

My critics:
The Front is painted very lovely and detailed as i said, but the background looks unfinished, it misses atmosphere.
The maze gets to flat. Maybe you can work a bit on this. I doesnt't have to be more detailed...

The sky/clouds are very very boring. Far too less..
Use cloud-textures or maybe just work a bit more on the clouds details, make it a bit more dramatic, it will be very rewarding !

Look at some matte paintings of great artists here how they solved depth problems ( maybe by using haze, fog, light, blur and other atmospheric effects...)
Maybe it misses a atmospherical light that appears also in the front.
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You could try: Fog is coming out of the maze (bg) --> makes it a bit more mysteriouse and gives a sense of temperature.

Work slightly more on the rock on the right it lives too much from the textures.

good luck great work so far !!

greets Felix
 
  07 July 2006
Yep, one thing I forgot: you can try adding a bit of noise(grain) to the sky ( flat areas to ad realism )

Good luck buddy =)
 
  07 July 2006
hey congratualtions man !!!

been away for a while or i would have said this sooner!! good work dude, fantastic piece.



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  07 July 2006
Simon good work! My congratulations!
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  08 August 2006
Great job Simon! Well done!


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  08 August 2006
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