AuthorTopic: A small light for you guys in the darkest time of the year!  (Read 5958 times)

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Re: A small light for you guys in the darkest time of the year!

Reply #10 on: December 03, 2009, 05:41:07 am
My biggest concern is that the light is just originating from the center of the clearing rather than the lamp in hand.
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Re: A small light for you guys in the darkest time of the year!

Reply #11 on: December 03, 2009, 06:55:58 am
With the dark forest, the perspective is just awesome. I'm kind of confused about the relationship between the clouds and the forest. A dead forest wouldn't be completely black so how 'bout letting some of the light purple go through the forest just a little bit? That way, there's more connection between the forest and everything else.

If you honestly like the forest with the landscape, find some way to connect the different elements.

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Re: A small light for you guys in the darkest time of the year!

Reply #12 on: December 03, 2009, 09:26:48 pm
Wait, I'm confused, if the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon, how would the light from the sun hit the moon? :O

Also, I also think there are too many unrelated pieces in this picture, which creates multiple focal points. I'm sorry to say, but I definitely preferred it the way it was originally. Perhaps, at least removing the Sun and lamps, and then significantly darkening the rest of the picture would be a better idea.

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Re: A small light for you guys in the darkest time of the year!

Reply #13 on: December 04, 2009, 08:41:30 am
I love the color scheme, but the composition didn't seems right to me. Or maybe it's because the light and dark can be blended in better. I don't know :)