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    Hey guys, I'm sharing a piece that I painted for my one and only, titled An Unwanted Guest. Any and all c&c are welcome and appreciated!

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    I think you could push the atmospheric perspective in it quite a bit more and maybe add a little more foreground.

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    Looks cool. It's underwater right?



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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtZealot View Post
    I think you could push the atmospheric perspective in it quite a bit more and maybe add a little more foreground.
    Thanks for the reply, Zealot. I agree with you on pushing the background further from the fore, It's an eyesore for me more than anyone. This was really my first environmental piece and I had trouble communicating a lot of ideas. I'm looking forward to more practice though.

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    I think its pretty cool, you did the texture on the rocks and tenticles well.
    And if you really want to improve your environmental pieces theres only one thing to do, DRAW MORE! Then post them!

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