Couple questions though. . . is that a road that is coming toward us at the bottom? If it's vanishing/getting larger that much it means there's a lot of distance being shown. So you could support that in various ways, not least of which is to place some large objects also showing such a scale change. Example would be vegetation or large rocks that are much bigger than in the distance.
If we're looking down on the road, then we would perhaps not see such a change in the width.
Also you may want to watch how it turns. Right now it's looking a little like a twisting ribbon as opposed to a flat road. The flatness can be re-enforced by the use of shadows or lateral lines on the road showing the ground being flat by how they are marked.
Having said all that, I really like how you have the overall working. It definitely has dynamism in your use of lights and shadow. And I love the painterly quality overall, especially in the sky. That was a nice surprise. It all works well with the way you handled the light areas of the hillside.
Looking very good. Strong piece.
Last edited by D Akey; 08-08-2008 at 02:06 PM.
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