|03 March 2006||#196|
Originally Posted by Glenn: be carefull when you have coverging
lines in composition....you might want to put something ....light...object...ect. where lines
converge in distance...strong enough to counter ballance the forground, but not take away
from it, and of course surrounded by air, to keep it in the distance.
first of all thank you Glenn! I feel really glad that you like it so much!
I am afraid I don't understand where I should watch for balance between fore-/background. I am sure you are right (cause you more or less always are ), though.
Could you please somehow eplain/show me where this area is?
Thanks for commenting!
|03 March 2006||#197|
I think you could create more space in you painting by knocking back the Island(s), It seams almost as contrasty as the fore/middleground element, also it might be nice to put in some extreme-foreground elements in, just to put the viewer right into the painting.
I'm also in general missing more layers of dept, you only have two and their, to me at least, both middleground elements..
I'm just posting this inhere as well.
Anatomy Thread of Corvax.
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