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Doom City (with painting video)

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Check out the painting timelapse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh8z6_zcIas

Inspired by the DOOM engine.

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Very intense

Now this was something really intense the view shot from bottom and going upwards is just a beautiful piece so nice job here looks like flames are rising and I think with that view shot you should have a light beam comming down from sky hitting parts of building but anyways nice work here

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
A light beam or source from the sky

~X~



This is really good and its obvious that a lot of effort went into this but I agree with Westerlin and would've really loved a spaceship or any floating object in the sky to just add to the feel of the painting.
Great job nonetheless!


Borington responds:

Thank you for the feedback! I'm so glad you guys like it.


great illustration - lots of depth and drama. Love the colors - almost like a gradient from orange bottom to blue top. It's never easy with these futuristic buildings - but I would say that the perspective on your left building (left side) - does not indicate it is parallel to the middle buildings left. I really like to the two point perspective
A suggestion could be to throw in a flying dragon, space ship or what ever - but again - the pictures is good as is.
- great work, thanks for this,


Borington responds:

Thank you for the detailed review.
The perspective is off, because it is based on a quick 30 minute speedpaint. I should have corrected the perspective, when I decided to finish it.
Anyways, I'm glad you like it!

P.S.: I was thinking of adding a character to the bottom, but scrapped the idea, as it was 5AM already


wow so detailed !



Too good!
Wow :D


Borington responds:

I'm glad you liked it.

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Mar 16, 2017
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