Better, but still lacking. The colors are actually pleasing to look at in this one, however the art seems more lacking here. The other piece had a someone abstract theme going on, where as this one is like a sky just...distorted.
The clouds don't really come off as clouds and neither does the sun.
Not sure what else to say, this one just isn't doing it for me.
While it still lacks in the subtle nuances that accompanies a more professional piece, you've certainly got a well laid out idea this time. Hell, if you took this to something like Photoshop and gave it a touch up, you could create something around the "fairy" figure that is in the middle of the piece, just like seeing something in the clouds. A little work with inks or something more solid, just to give the shape an outline, paint a little detail on the gossamer of the wings would give you cause to take it further. Perhaps even bring it into a completely different setting and make a piece dedicated to the fairy herself?
With the sun, it seems to be a really strange shape - something that you can certainly get away with regarding the abstract natures of clouds, but unless the sun is hidden behind something substantial, like a hill, then you've got no need, nor excuse to distort the shape. Fuzz it a little around the edges, to make it fit with the rest of the piece, sure, but please make it more conformist to the traditional shape, as opposed to the two rather random shapes, bisected by a cloud formation.
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I can see this turned out better than the other actually since it has a more defined look to it. Looks a lot like clouds in the sky which is peaceful. Love how you made it look like you used an actual paintbrush too with the strokes in it everywhere as well. Very calm feeling.
Just two colors and yet they seem to go good together as well. Kind of makes one feel happy just looking at this piece of art actually. Did a very nice job here, keep it up with future pieces of art as well.
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