Yet I ended up to love working with this one so much I decided to really give it much more attention.
Decided to really go and push into it some stronger colors as I normally like to work with pretty desaturated ones and a mighty jungle just needed that kinda lush oomph into it. It became a bit overly green though.
...I definately need more jungle reference material...
And yeah, I couldn't really come up with a fitting name for the pic.
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The color scheme is an interesting choice for a south american jungle, but I believe it is one that captures the eccence of the scene. However, a small amount more of a brown or brown gree would add some contrast to the work. The eye glare from the temple's "face" is a welcome detail, but it seems to reach just a tad far out. The bandages on Dariong's wing are excelent, as is the rest of her, however the tail seems to be a bit too inward. Thos may have been intentional on your part, but the countour of the tail, when me with that of her hind leg, seems a bit off, though I cannot say why. Finally, you may wish to change the level of perspective based blur, as the are is far more humid, and images of jungle temples invariable include some sort of visual representation of the opressive, moist heat.
Your work is, as ever, stunning, and any and all criticisms are merely little nitpicks on my part due to being bored and staring at it for too long. I apologise for any and all misspellings, and hope to see more from you in the future.
The adventures continues with Daring Do!
Good jungle scenery
(and here's a name for ya; Daring-do and Temple of Canuss)
Critique request huh...'kay, let's see.
*looks carefully* nah, I've got nothing. Usualy I can find something wrong in the picture, but...hate to say it, it's perfect^_^ Magnificent technique. Looks simple yet spectacular))
I don't even know what to write about, it's simply amazing)) And of course, insta-fave)
Kuten oonki jo ennenki sanonu, taustat, ne sinä ainakin hallihet. Ja tässä loistava esimerkki!