i think the dragons could have been a little more defined, especially the one closest to us, it seems to almost blend with the peak it is above. i like the atmospheric perspective, the most out of the piece. i long to create a piece with atmospheric perspective.
the background was loosely referenced, it's really not that hard if you've got a couple of pics as example.
I enjoy the mountains more than the dragons! Nice shapes, and a decent colour palette.
Apart from appearing a bit bare up top, I'm struggling to crit it at a technical level, since everything does the job.
I don't think the mountains or dragons need anymore detail, since you're illustrating how impossibly BIG these things are.
They're size is so difficullt to comprehend that not even the mountains do enough justice. I think they need some clouds or some atmospheric mist to really show their size. I also think these dragons are just passing through, temporarily roosting on earth's mountains before flying off to another world, since they surely they're too large to rest on those mountains.
good point on the clouds/atmosphere stuff.
The pic served its purpose on how wide the mountains are and how huge the dragons are but the pic lack only about extra bits. Maybe added details for the foreground cliff (like rocks and stuff). The shadow you given to the mountains isn't really enough to give it its mountain-like formation, maybe looking up some mountain reference and following its flow will help. Overall it's a good spacey pic.
the mountains were actually loosely referenced, but yeah I could/should have worked a bit more on the foreground plateau, thanks.
Very impressive Qb.
I love how you get the feeling of the shear size of the beast.
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