I think this is an amazing art work but i must wonder, where is the mysterious dude that appear in chapter 1 and 2? Is he/she the bird? Also have you thought about writing a small story for this? I know you are trying to tell a story through your art works but a little bit of story or many a one line caption for every chapter may help us to understand what is it that you are trying to say. Overall this is amazing, i think this is the best of the three.
Thanks ! I actually decided to take the character out for this piece because it was a bit distracting. So you are basically seeing exactly what the character is seeing. And I am trying to incorporate a story into this even though I'm not a writer. Great idea about including a line for every piece though. I will do that!
I love it. the soft lighting on the tress and plants is great. The bird is also really well done, very stylized but very good. Great piece.
Lol, wtf is wrong with the reviewer below me? :p
I looked at some other reviews, and many had few stars for no real reason, with very weird comments too o.O (And this piece is among his favourites)...
But then BOOM, a random 5 starer. I don't even know...
Anyhow, I personally like the lighting and the contrast of the colors. I don't think it matters whether you know for sure if the piece is meant to be dark or beautiful; to me it's both at the same time. In a way, you're even more talented if the viewer doesn't know what to think ;)
Anyhow. Great job and Insta-Fav! :'D
Exactly what I mean, why can't it be both. :D
the light isn't really illuminating. there is only a glimmering. and you don't know is there
enlightment or a disturbance of the indegrity of nature. the light of the bird's eye gives him a
demonical outlook. but a critic shouldn't be too smart.
Wait what? LOL
I picked a good time to come back to NG.
Love the lighting in this piece, and all your line work serves to draw your attention down this corridor...feels very mysterious, I want to know what's over there. Love the little bright-eyed bird on the right, but the small details of the falling leaves and the ripples in the water really serve to make this come alive for me. Fabulous work, thank you for your submission.
Thanks! I had alot of fun working on this piece... even though it took forever.
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