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4.77 / 5.00

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A thrustworthy passage in the jungle. Speedpainting 1 hour.

CS 5 - Intuos 4



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh my... This is like a professional game company artwork. Just pure epicness.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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Lots of emotions went into this piece, love the lighting! It feels so mystical!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy crap.. did this in one hour?

This looks amazing - like the reviewer before me mentioned, it's so atmospheric and lush. I feel like I could jump into this digital painting and instantly feel immersed in some strange, jungle environment with mist, eerie sounds, and light breaking through the vegetation.

I love how your two most prevalent colors are greens and pale golds; the variations of green make everything seem so mysterious and untouched. The pale golds and lighter areas make it seem like a sacred place. You would be very good at illustrating scenes or levels for a video game, for instance.

I love this. I hope you create other environmental wonders like this. Overall a fantastic job!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Vibrant, lush, atmospheric.

Its a very good piece for being made in an hour. What I like about it is that I can almost taste the atmosphere in your work. My only gripe in an effort to give some critique is that its just a little bit too monochrome. I get that its a part of making the atmosphere so effective but some pieces of another colour would have been nice. Maybe some added detail to the background as well. Like some mysterious ruins looming over the jungle or something like that. Anyway that´s just my opinion and do with it what you want.

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Kamikaye responds:

Yea I see what you mean. A few ruins in that light would have been nice. But I diodnt thionk of that when making it, next time.