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    Summer sun

    Last edited by jermainevl; March 6th, 2005 at 05:25 AM.
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    Just a heads up: Image isn't loading.

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    I can feel the heat

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    try to work out some contrast in the piece. somewhere you want the viewer to look at first, second, etc.. these focal points can be created using different saturation in color or contrast changes. so work this out a bit more and you'll be fine. nice composition.

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    Better than what I can do with acrylics... (Hate this medium)

    hmm ok think about following:
    If the sunlight (in this case yellow) doesnt reach something, there are only two other natural lightsources to light this object. The first would be the reflected light from other objects (can be any coulor), and the second one would be the sky. Which is in your case blue. The shadow is orange, this is not logical (Except, the orange color is the reflected color of a house standing outside the image, but also in this case, the color would be cooler).
    There are other light/shadow issues which could all easy be solved by taking some refferences or at least doing refferenced studies.

    The green of the trees is kinda confusing by the way.

    Last edited by Zaknafain; March 8th, 2005 at 03:01 PM.
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