December WIP - feedback really appreciated
Thank you so much. So many constructive and actionable feedback.
@Kevin-Longueil @Coley Thank you so much. I will play a bit more with the design of the moon.
@idid @peteolczyk thank you. I hope I get to finish this one before the end of the month :-).
@danielerossi I had one more image with these 2 characters I have done earlier this year. I have no story for them yet. But I want to develop a few sequential images for my portfolio, to make it looks like it could be a book :-),
@Debra-Garcia Really good catch with the tangents. I will definitely work on that.
@Neha-Rawat I want to avoid having a straight line for the floor, to add a bit more energy. But maybe it is too much. I will try out another way.
An update on the WIP:
Which comp works better for you?
I am very unsure about the color of this piece. I might end up doing a mono-color piece for now due to not having enough time to explore the color at this moment.
@xin-li i like the vertical format. #1
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@xin-li My vote's for #1. It gives me a nice sense of height, which I think is necessary to make the moon comfortably in the sky
Awesome work. I think it would look great mostly monotone with small spots for the characters and moon
@burvantill @Braden-Hallett thank you for the feedback. Now I am ready to paint this piece :-).
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@xin-li I agree with @Braden-Hallett i think monotone would work out really well. maybe adding a little colour to emphasise the places you want people’s eyes to bounce around.
I only just saw this, but really like the take on the prompt and agree that the vertical version is the way to go. Good luck with the finish!
idid last edited by idid
@xin-li Lovely concept! 1 works better. however, you may want to consider make the comp a little bit more dynamical. Right now this image has a tendency of being symmetric (a big trangle, with things distributed almost equally on its left and right) and thus being stable instead of dynamical. Change the position of the boy and objects in front of him should help. Shifting the position of moon a little bit may help, too, from my perspective.
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Comp 1 for me. It's looking great!
Definitely 1. The moons is just well framed in that one.