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    [DB] Destroyed Robot

    I finaly finished this artwork - i'm still not happy with final result but .. maybe i return to this image in future

    what do you think?

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    I like the strong emotion and lighting, rendering of this piece, but there are some elements which I find confusing... Is that a large butterfly/ flower in front of the first character? Also, I suggest moving the composition around so that things aren't placed dead center...


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    Wow, I have to agree totally with softocean there. I didn't even realize there was a bug thing in the foreground until I read his post. I thought the "destroyed" robots butt was glowing. The lack of contrast really makes it hard to see.


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    Another vote for 'didn't see the bug' compositionally it's in an akward place to begin with.

    The 'speed vision' does add an instant burst of interest and intensity, but I think it only works when it's at the very edges; the speed blur almost seems to 'crop' the focal point and creates a border which totaly deadens the intensity.

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