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    composition practice for night scene [ need crits ]

    This is my composition practice for night scene.

    but, i think something wrong. ^^a

    this image doesn't look realistic. i don't know the reason. ( maybe lights ??? )

    i don't want to make this more detail. i want to know about lights or color ~

    need your help~ and crirs~!!


    composition practice for night scene [ need crits ]


    I found this photos from Internet for my practice.
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    doesn't look realistic because your sky isn't realistic. I mean, I haven't seen a night sky like that. Such big and bright ray of light just can't be in a night scene.
    Second point, if you definitely want to add a surreal feel to your piece and keep that bright "magical" light and tormented clouds you should you should give as much attention to it as to the rest of the piece. For example, the bright light doesn't refracts on the church at all. And to me it should, even if you seemed to want the ray to hit somewhere behind the main tower.

    except for the sky effect, the rest of your piece is gorgeous.

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    Yes, i want to add surreal feel. and i definitely agree with you~!!

    Thank you very much for your crit and compliment. Living Rope ~

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    Yeah the sky is too much it detracts from the really nice stuff you have going on else where. You also have the trees taking the light in the same way as the architecture.. well trees don't take moonlight to well as they are already green so they look mostly black. Don't be frightened of solid black areas in a night scene they usually work fine. Why no leaves on the top branches?
    here it is with a mor subtle sky!
    composition practice for night scene [ need crits ]
    excuse the rough comping! I think you should make the focus the round pavillion you have painted the light inside so beautifully that it deserves to be first look!

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    Wooooooow~!!! great crits~~!!! treeshark~!!! :thumbsup:

    You always help me with your great crits including image ~!!!

    I really agree with you~!!

    Thank you verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry much treeshark~!!!


    ( The top branches have no leaves in my image, because i was lazy )

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