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Score
4.61 / 5.00

Date
09/21/2010
Category
Fine Art
File Info
500 x 740 px
JPG
262.4 kb
Tags
green
mist
waterfall

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Author Comments

I used to paint a lot of waterfalls - they came easily to me. Eventually I came to feel there was no challenge in them, and consciously avoided them being the focus of my work, but after awhile, for the sake of my own nostalgia, I decided to try my hand at one Last Waterfall, and see if I'd improved at all.

I had intended for it to give off a sort of Shadow of the Colossus vibe, in lieu of its own grand waterfalls, but it gained its own unique identity as I moved along.

Hope you enjoy it.

(Oil on Canvas, June 2010)

Reviews


1993619936

Rated 4 / 5 stars Dec 22, 2012

I really like this picture. Though it has consistent style, I like this mostly because it evokes some old memories.


RPGsrok responds:

I really like your review! It's short and to the point and gives me great pride in my work. Thanks!


XKFrazierPieCrustXKFrazierPieCrust

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 28, 2010

WOW

this is just Amazing
Consistant style
Great Sense of Dimention
Great Use of Color
Perfect Title
Very Very IMPRESSIVE



xXMetalhead92XxxXMetalhead92Xx

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 27, 2010

Win!

You sir are a tallented artist.



AdiodhaeAdiodhae

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 23, 2010

MORIA.

My first think of that ART was, that this is beautiful side of stone bridge in Moria, in 'Fellowship of the Ring' movie. Seriously! I don't know how,_ and why?



EverSoEverSo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Sep 21, 2010

Wet

Shadow of the Colossus was the first thing I thought of, I think you caught the vibe of that very well. I think that the water trailing down the rocks in the front kind of ruins the depth of the picture. The water is very beautifully done and the moss like green color matches it very well.