The lighting is unbelievable!!! Great job my friend!!
Wow, thank you nicktrappartist
Great detail. I like how realistic this looks. My only criticism is that it might have looked better with a stronger contrast in the image, since it's so dark. But it's still an awesome drawing.
Thank you for your comment. It is helpful. I tried to lighten the background up but it made the centre of attention shifts from the fish to the background. It also ment I had to change the dark color of the plants which means I had to draw them again. I hated it to make them in the first place. haha. I am still experimenting with other colors and lighting. xKay
Nice work! I absolutly love the way the colors of the Goldyta makes it easy to focus on it. The design looks really great, but I think you could have done something more creative (although this one looks simple and nice). The background is the only thing that I don't know why but look too much for me? Maybe it's because it is way too dark. But that probably was your intention. Also those blue lines look kinda out of the place? Maybe if you did the background in another way it would have looked even better!
Anyway, I'm not a professional or anything (actually, I am literally a kid) so sorry if you gets offend, or if what I'm saying makes no sense, haha!
Good luck! <3
Hi, thanks for your constructive comment. I am still trying to figure out how I can change the background without putting everything out of balance. I don't care if you are 15 year or one hundred. I know where it comes from, since I was not really happy with the background either. But I spend to much time on the piece already so I decided to upload it anyway. I am struggling to find another way but I'll keep experimenting until the date is due. xKay
well i lost O_O XD very nice detail.
Thank you for the compliment but don't give up. Jazza works in mysterious ways ;)
You need to have both pokenames in the title.
I changed it, just to be sure. But I think Jazza is okay with have it written in the artist comment too. Thanks tho
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