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This is my Entry into Jazzas Tradigital Challenge of the Month! Here is a link to the process video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErjpOMBUk1M
The idea for this is that each ship represents the struggle between digital and traditional art, but they still continue onward!
The ship on the Right is stylized as a pencil drawing, and the ship on the Left is of a digital style. For both the ocean and sky I attempted an oil painted look!


This is wonderful! and I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one choosing to not have a piece with actual art supplies interacting. Great job!

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Claymoreconcepts responds:

Just thought it was a bit more creative than dueling pencils haha!

OH MY GOD THE DETAILS! Everything looks so clean and beautiful.

although the composition could be better.To me, this feels lacking.
but holy cow i adore your usage of color and perspective.

What i do to study composition is study a little bit of photography (or even take pictures with your phone for practice). photography helped me a lot in creating a good composition.

Wow! I love this. I want to participate in this but I haven't gotten any inspiration. Still, awesome job!

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As a fellow competitor, well, we are taking different approaches but regardless, your art is absolutely amazing, I'd say. Two ships on the same pic, having different styles but both of them fits perfectly on the pic, and that makes this pic wonderful.

But, hey, let's stop fighting and bind the two ships together so that they can sail more safely, okay? :)

And, good luck in the contest.

saw it on twitter, youtube & and now on newgrounds, still find it stunning =O
The Idea is really nice! the amount if details are sick ._. & the colors work so well.
Nice Job.
I am 100% sure that we will see this piece somewhere in the showcase & winners vid.

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4.61 / 5.00

Apr 7, 2017
7:08 PM EDT
File Info
5100 x 3300 px
19.2 MB

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