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February 7th, 2012 #1Registered User
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hi im new here ^^ 1st time post a thread
can anyone can help me see is my depth is right a not ?
if others then depth u can say it others to improve my drawing ^^
thank you very much
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The trick with illusion of depth is detail, color intensity, and atmospheric shift.
February 8th, 2012 #3
February 10th, 2012 #4
you are using the atmospheric shift to delimit the planes of the painting.
But all your planes have the same color and same color intensity. The planes in the background could be more faded or the ones closer need more color intensity.
Or sharper edges.
Also the contrast between the colors used in the plane closest to the eye (the cave) are contrasting too much with the images that are outside the cave, making everything outside look kinda faded in comparison. Maybe incorporating some of the purples from the cave colors in the color of the middle plane (the building) would help bringing it closer.
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February 14th, 2012 #5
Also, think carefully which parts you want to be crisp and clear, and which ones will be more convincing left less defined and/or blurry.
Right now, it's my impression that the clump of crystals closest to us is too defined, and the ones further on in the cave could use more definition.
If the palace is the point of interest, mind your edges there.
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