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Phobotech pretty much nailed it with his review below. This is fantastic. "Dizzying" is a great word to describe this. It gives me that same feeling I get when I'm standing in front of an enormous skyscraper. The color is pretty darn spot-on too. The only thing I can think of that stands out may be a conflicting level of contrast between the backs of some of the knights walking up, and what I may see in some of those darker rocky areas closer to the view. Perhaps specifically in the lower left corner near your logo. I feel like some of the shading in the rocks could be a bit darker. The shading on the rocks further away, however, is impeccable considering the distance from the viewer it would actually be.
Either way, this is super captivating, and very well made. Great job!

Kayas-Kosmos responds:

Thank you! And great critique, too. This could definitely use a push with the contrast nearer the foreground.

Holy shit, what a breathtaking and effective display of scale and vastness, it's almost dizzying with the impossible angle and sheer distance this thing's conveying. Truly amazing job, and the color-balance rocks too! I just kinda wish there was more of it to see, weirdly, because the way that it's cropped off at the bottom and how it's chopping that knight in half in the bottom-right kinda makes me feel like we're only seeing some of a much larger picture.

Kayas-Kosmos responds:

Thank you! I'm really glad you like this piece.

I do agree with you regarding the knight, although sadly with this being a commission there were some limitations to what I needed to draw. Hopefully I can keep this in mind if I plan another drawing like this.

loving it! i have fought with this perspective before and it did not end as gloriously as this one ! if it was my birthday today then i would ask for your layers under the finished painting just to see how you constructed it all. xD

Kayas-Kosmos responds:

Thank you!

I do actually have the process posted on my Twitter (below). The perspective isn't actually that tight, in fact I was pretty loose with the construction of this piece.


Credits & Info

4.45 / 5.00

May 14, 2019
2:16 PM EDT
File Info
833 x 1466 px
1.6 MB

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