sorry- I don't want to spam your message folder, but I'm just really impressed with your work- the scribbling look leaves a lotta room for imagination. I like that you don't fill in all the holes for the viewer
man i saw you on technographers favorites and i have to admit your work is so inspirational. I especially like the light beams coming through the rig. very leading. You're compo as always is bang on but i agree with tech that the midground value might be too rich. still though speed painting that would take me well.....actually i cant draw that well yet. still one of my favs
This blew my minds in ways I probably shouldn't be comfortable with, and yet I am. The detail and craftsmanship is excellent, and I love how you achieved such a solid and tight feeling with such loose strokes. The textured bits are especially brilliant. Wow, just wow. 100% love this.
wow... I love this! I need to work on my background and landscape art and this is so detailed and intricate (sp?) that I have to fav it ^^
I love the atmospheric perspective (not sure if I remembered the phrase right from Art lessons) and sense of light... the yellow windows warm it up just enough as well as the figure in the foreground's yellow jacket.
I'm really digging the platform with the 'caution' pattern on the edges and those windows with the lights in them- they really set the mood that we're in this cold steel environment, but there's still a chance for some cozy places inside.
The far background and the ship/crane-like structure on the bottom right seem a bit out of place, though. Maybe too speedy; particularly the ship, as it's pretty close to us. Maybe a bit more haze would help push those background shapes even farther away instead of adding more detail; they seem to suffer from the same situation of being too close to not have a bit more detail in them, especially when compared to the rig on the left.
Trying my best to be helpful here; I know I'm not nearly at this level yet! Keep it up, this is some great stuff.