Last edited by shenmizunin; June 22nd, 2012 at 10:14 AM.
Uhm you need some practice in camera angle shooting, not that you made something wrong but your work seem always the same cause of the theme (which can be a choice obviously) and for the camera angle. You know, you can follow the same theme for your entire career but you must be sure to be able to show something different with every piece you make. Anyways the major issues are on value separation which lacks a lot and the painting technique but this one came with practice and time.
thank for your comments. This is good experience. I trying to improve myself
i wish i could be more of a help, so far i think you have a decent array of work, but some things just seem a little "off" and i cant quite put my finger on it?
I assume these are a mix of photo and painting?
Sometimes it just seems the imagery is confusing and im not sure how i can fix it, but perhaps take a look at having 2 many things in the 1 scene that are clashing.
Hope this helps
my crit would be that things look pasted into the environment and not integrated into the environment. Your edges are jagged in some instances where you cut or lasso'd them out. Copy pasting things is fine but you need to make it not so obvious. Make slight changes to the pasted pieces unless the thing is manufactured like say an airplanes rivets Those can be copied a million times because those are consistent. A persons tent might be similar but things will be different.
As for edges remember to go back through and integrate the lighting from the scene into the thing itself.
Hope that makes sense. Figure this out and youll be on your way
Indeed. The copy-paste way is definitely part of what ruins an otherwise acceptable picture. They are simply added into the picture thoughtlessly. One of the more glaring examples are found in the first picture. In the bottom right corner, there are two tents. They do not only look identical to each other, there is also a third tent that look the same. Despite the fact that it should be much further away from the camera angle, the size appears to be the same as those to the right.
The photo-manipulation of the clouds in the background doesn't work very well either, and in some of your pieces, the birds (which look like they've been added with a downloaded paintbrush..) look very out of place and don't behave much like birds at all.
Why is the Nine Inch Nails logo on every piece?
Seriously, I love it! that's so cool!