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Score
4.43 / 5.00

Date
03/08/2011
Category
Other
File Info
1085 x 791 px
JPG
823.4 kb
Tags
shadow
color
water
colossus

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Author Comments

One of my first finished picture that has a background, pretty proud of this one. Enjoy guys.

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GokuVegetaGogettaGokuVegetaGogetta

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 3, 2012

Man this is totally awesome

The media used in this piece creates a really calm and soft atmosphere.

I mean, it's as if I can almost hear the birds chirping it looks that peaceful.

That peacefulness is emphasised by the relaxed posture of the guy and horse, they both seem like they're really takin' it easy.

Great work, love it.



comicretardcomicretard

Rated 5 / 5 stars Mar 8, 2011

This is beautiful...

dear lord this is great...



KinseiKinsei

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Mar 8, 2011

Very Nice

What is this, Water Color? it sure looks like it. I did a piece a few weeks ago in water color, but nothing compared to this level.

As I noticed with another users art last night (Or rather very early this morning,) this has a strong impressionist feel to it. I like this is the fact that although some of these are blobs of color, you have manipulated them to the point that they actually have a simplistic form that truly makes this piece. You really know this medium. I can see you even used a pen in appropriate places to add that hard edge when needed. This piece shows some serious skill indeed. This is something I would easily hang on my wall.

Your composition is nice and you have done a swell job at balancing this. The style is simple and effective.

One problem though, I am noticing some blurring in some areas. I'm going to say that you used a camera to take this, am I right. I understand that not all of us have scanners big enough to support what mediums we work in. (Mine is only a 9''x14'' so I can understand.) It's just a shame that some of these areas are a little blurred. Try this Documenting your work Tutotial by out own Art101: http://art101.newgrounds.com/news/post/314936
Hopefully you can crisper images as well as a bigger high resolution image.

I see you put a couple of other pieces in the portal that are a similar style. It will be enjoyable to look through them all and perhaps review a few more.


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ManBean responds:

Thank you for such and detailed Critique. I can't tahnk you enough for all your kind words. To address the blur question It was something with the Scanner. Because it is water color the paper is warped making it a bit farther form the scanning surface. Thanks again man.