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Mar 14, 2013 | 2:10 PM EDT
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jazza

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ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I was pretty impressed by this. I don't think it's that great, though. The best part is probably all the little snowflakes that are going around. True detail is shown there. It's scary to see that tiny figure. That reminds me, I was just watching a review of "Frozen".

I love how pointy the mountain peaks are. They almost look like horns. Maybe that was the intention? I'm glad to recommend you. Everyone deserves a chance here.



RatedEmForMatureRatedEmForMature

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The feeling of this piece was fantastic and it was really well painted. I also liked how you threw in some perspective by adding that small person. Great job ^_^



Blue-SilverDragonBlue-SilverDragon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The scale feels very realistic- almost expect I could look to both left and right and find myself in the rest of the pass. The color of the sky and the mountains shadowing helps add to the loneliness of the figure. The towering power of the mountains and the biting cold of the wind, cold and snow adds to the power of the scene; it doesn't take much for me to be able to imagine myself in this place. Keep up the good work.



JazzaJazza

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

LOVE. Added this one to my favorites. So much about this is fantastic, the aesthetic first and foremost is brilliant, the colors, and especially the compositioning. I love how the mountains to the far left and right frame the whole image. Also your understanding of atmosphere, and other basic physical principals show through well, IE snow lightly covering one side of certain mountains, distant blurring and merging to the blue atmosphere of the sky etc, and finally, the distant central character adds a sense of grand scale and emotion, loneliness and struggle. Fantastic work, I have nothing bad to say about this.


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