The Art of War

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The Art of War

Author Comments

An epic battle between traditional and digital art.
The left hand side characters were drawn using colored pencils and was scanned and pasted into Photoshop, the right hand side characters were drawn digitally.

My entry for Jazza's 'Tradigital' Challenge of the Month.

Work in progress:


Its Great..

Particularly I like that Guy Jumping with Stylus at Center..and That Unicorn that is drawn traditionally

I came to check your piece since you commented mine. :D
The idea is clever! There's pretty much empty space in the sky... Fill it with something or crop the drawing's size a little perhaps? The composition is okay anyway and has something movie like in it.
I adore those horses the most! :D

JoannaChlopek responds:

haha, thanks!

This is pretty sweet man! I like the energy in this picture (I especially like that guy with the VR gear, haha), and how you put in the various tools a traditional/digital artist uses (like dat flying drawing tablet). The effects and small details are great as well and adds up to the atmosphere. However, the person with the colour pencil could be moved a bit closer since the centre of attention is in the middle, in addition to balancing out the weight of the picture. The colours could also be a bit more saturated as the colours look a bit washed off.
Overall, this is a pretty cool piece! Good luck!

JoannaChlopek responds:

Thanks for the feedback!
I realise now that I overlooked a couple of things :D
Oh well... you learn from your mistakes, I guess ;)

Awesome work man.

Nice job,very creative idea.

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4.00 / 5.00

Apr 18, 2017 | 4:24 PM EDT
File Info
4444 x 3143 px
5.1 mb

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