I think you did a really good job at the night sky. Is there a lake in the front with trees around it or is it a city? It is not that easy to see. If it was a city I would draw the lighting differntly. It rather looks like there is a campfire in the distance. But it is only a sort of practice(?) and really very good for it. So overall really a good work and like I said the sky looks great and rocks look good, too : D
It is a nice piece with rather unusual lighting. It is like there is an unseen city at the base of the mountains shedding light upwards. Moonlit nightscapes are extremely difficult to do as the light is weak and more diffuse than day light
Stunning! Immediately, I was captivated by the serenity and power of this mere artwork. It's impressive the way you made the mountains reflect the sky and how the land in front of them is in complete darkness. Very intelligent and most definitely effective.
truly beautiful ... feels like viewing the main portion of the spiral of our galaxy and also as if one is on the verge of seeing the northern lights at any moment ... have you ever been up in or near the arctic circle? like Norway or someplace similar? or perhaps portions of the highlands of Scotland might look like this on a winter's night?
wow this work looks really awesome, both images are pretty cool and i see you have a great skills doing this king of work in just a little time, i wish i cando the same kind of worksin so little time, keep it up
# it's really beautiful! i would really love to know your inspiration for this piece! it reminds me of the front of the alpen box with the mountains. It's pretty the water looks like it has been frozen
#This is a very good example of scenery painting. The mountains look distinct, they look like real mountains, the shading is neat. The sky, especially the stars and clouds all look like they are real. The colors you chose really fit the atmosphere, the silhouette of the trees/plants that grow along the sides of the mountain ranges (or boondocks) is very fitting for it ^^
So what's up, darling? This is my favourite scene painting in your gallery. I adore the little yellow glow behind the trees & the way it so magically illuminates the mountains ♥ I love the way the clouds part in the middle to open up to the milky way in the sky & the beautiful still lake The purples & blues in this picture make it so eye catching!
Yeah, I was trying but its quite difficult doing stars, which, considering they're little dots you would think it wouldn't be. Hm, I was going to put like, a ship or something in the background, but I realised I have no idea how! So I just kinda gave up till I got some replies
Is there supposed to be a vague face in the centre mountain or am I doing that thing humans do? Anyways, lovely piece, particularly the sky. I feel like there should be a bit more definition in the trees, especially by the light source.
Its actually from a reference, its how the image was, I think ( I may not be right ) that the trees are quite far away from the hills, so they have no light on them. That or the camera couldn't pick it up from the light behind, anyway I can link you the ref later if you wanted to see.
I think its mostly the middle left part of the mountain. To be honest i cant remember exactly what my issue with it was. Its just a feeling. Overall the terrain could be a bit rougher, but i do realize your style is more about suggesting what is there than about showing every small detail.
And being "just" nice isnt a bad thing, it means you can improve. And being able to improve is always good. If it was "perfect" it would be boring as fuck. Thats the word i hate by the way..."perfect"...especially when talking about art or persons looks.