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Imperial Road (Speed painting)

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206
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4.55 / 5.00

Uploaded
Dec 18, 2016 | 6:43 AM EST
Category
Illustration
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3000 x 2200 px
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3.6 mb
Tags
fantasy
road
landscape
soldier

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A 2 hours speed painting of a fantasy landscape.

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Big-BossBig-Boss

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very lovely nature landscape painting!

The lush green mountains, smooth and fresh looking stream, and breathtaking scale are all incredible! I really love how far I can see the mountains go. It adds a nice real life perspective.

Also, it looks very realistic and makes me kind of feel like I'm actually there, which is an awesome thing for a viewer to experience.

Great work! This is very good for only being created in two hours. This deserves more views!


Alexandrowic responds:

Wow! That is such an encouragement! Thank you!


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A really pompous scene of nature! The mountains rising high through the haze of clouds, green and tropical, the water a refreshing divide in this massive nature, and man's path but a small sliver in the surrounding whole. Zooming in you see the details are sketchy, and much of the grass made with automatic brush, but zoomed out none of that shows. Feels like you've really mastered the combinations of colors, and textures, and lines required to paint up a scene like this without obsessing on details. A professional, and naturally light and refreshing piece. Very nice.

-cd-


Alexandrowic responds:

Thanks, for the feedback! I'm glad, you like it.

You're right about the details, being kind of rough. Most of the time I don't have the time and / or the patience to properly finish a painting, so I just kind of stop, when it looks ok from a distance and hope, noone will zoom in :)

I certainly have not mastered anything, though... but I'm happy to learn.