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Thread: Lonely tree

  1. #1
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    Lonely tree

    I used metallic colors.
    Do criticize, please.
    Last edited by Vaik4zas; 02-27-2012 at 05:42 AM.

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    Sorry, but I like it. No criticism.

    I love the colors, the privative stylization of the round tree shape, the strokes make it interesting, like Impressionism, only different. It's cool.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

  3. #3
    I had to actively look for it, but here's some critizism... ^_^

    Light...
    The light on the trunk is comming from the right, while on the leaves it's from directly above, EXCEPT the very lowest of the foliage where it's from below and behind.

    But I like it.

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    I think it's brilliant. I don't care for the ragged edges but, that's your call.

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    Dear Vaik4zas, don't think there's been an all matalics like yours before, love it! love the thick texture and colors! almost could reach out and chip the paint off, love the movement of the clouds and grass and trees together!

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    I love the colours and the textures of this cuddly-looking tree.

    Welcome to the ArtRage forums.

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    Thank you people for your responses !

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    I actually really like it, but I do have some criticism. I would prefer there not to be any pink at the bottom, and maybe a whole piece in a frame. Otherwise great!

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    I like this a lot. It would make a great little illustration for a magazine article or on a website. Love the way you used the metal here.

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    I like this a lot! The only thing I can think to say is that the bits of thick pink paint sticking out at the bottom seems to contradict the magic you created obove it a bit

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