A deep-sea explorer discovers treasure in an unexpected place.
I've been painting too many happy things lately, so here's a not happy thing.
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This is a beautiful piece. Well done!
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That's great! Wonderful technique and emotions. I wish it felt a little more like we were under water, but that's just nitpicking. Great job!
@ MoonVisionStudio: I agree, it could definitely look more underwaterish, but this is really as blue as I wanted the tones to get. Besides, a monochromatic color scheme would have been too easy, hah.
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I like this.
Could have made abit more room on the canvase to give clarity to what she's in and add to the background. I say alittle more on the right of the image.
But it is nice!
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