kestrelflight [Profile] 2013/4/24 - 14:47:29
Hmmm... I wonder what happened to the top. Oh well. Anyways, I guess this is the evil Lone Ranger takes on the sixteenth century from what it looks like to me. Don't know how that happened, because I recall starting out with a peaceful road in mind. How simple minded I was! then. lol. Hope you guys like :)
imagamaker [Profile] 2013/4/24 - 16:48:22
Wow, this is so darn pretty! The colors blend nicely together, and the mood is amazing. The pencil does a nice job of sharpening the vision O.O
kestrelflight [Profile] 2013/4/25 - 7:6:9
Thank you! And I do love pencil tool I think I used the pencil tool for the whole thing except the faded trees down the road.
dragon_fang [Profile] 2013/4/25 - 13:27:30
I love the light on the horse and carriage, it makes them really stand out~ I also love how you did the trees, they must've taken a while with all those branches o.o
kestrelflight [Profile] 2013/4/25 - 14:16:38
The trees did take awhile but it wasn't that hard because trees are so random. What was really the hardest part was getting the horse to stop looking like a lama ;)
lennythynn [Profile] 2013/4/26 - 2:32:26
Aaah, the colouring is so rich<3 The picture has such a lot of depth, as well. The lighting is beautiful, and oh, so many details<3 This is one of those artworks that I can just stare at for hours<3
I think the only thing that marrs it a bit, is the horse and carriage. That is mainly because it's been done in a different colouring style to the rest; though it has nearly all been done in pencil, you've managed to make the majority not look harshly pixillated. The horse and carriage are very harsh indeed compared to the rest of the picture. Also, I do believe most of the horse and certainly the front of the carriage would be poorly lighted, as the light seems to be coming from somewhat above and behind it. Even if the light is coming from the carriage itself, the front of the horse, certainly, would be darkened, and there would be a dark shadow beneath both horse and carriage. You've missed adding a shadow entirely, which adds to the feeling of "this is a sticker" that I'm getting right now.
Other than that, though, it's simply stunning. It gives off such a warm feeling, like old wood with a reddish tint... I should know the name of the wood, but I never can remember things like that ^^ A feeling of richness. And I must say, the man in the foreground is stunningly done.
kestrelflight [Profile] 2013/4/26 - 11:34:39
Yeah haha your right! there is no shadow... now that i look at it again i see a lot of things missing. Like where is the driver? Thanks for the other tips about distance, i'll remember them next time.
dreyacira [Profile] 2013/4/26 - 19:3:38
Such pretty colors. I love the reds and yellows. It's especially pretty how the yellow light reflects off the guy standing near the road. The trees give off a sort of sinister feeling...I really like it. Beautiful work!
[anon]miles 2013/4/27 - 21:33:21
ahh how beautiful.. i love your use of colour. it is so nice to look at. brilliant work as always :^)
kestrelflight [Profile] 2013/4/28 - 9:54:52
Thanks Dreyacira and Miles!