Shop Forum More Submit  Join Login
Overwatch darkened test image  | I NEED FEEDBACK by danimation2001 Overwatch darkened test image  | I NEED FEEDBACK by danimation2001
I need to ask for opinions on which of these images looks better on your screen as a test.

Currently my screen is calibrated dark and thus it forces me to work lighter than usual which is great for printers to print. However this may make my images too bright for regular online viewing. And so I would like to find out which image is better to people? A darkened edited image or the regular one completed in a darker calibrated screen.

This image above is a darker image.  Do you prefer this one over the original? Which is more pleasing to the eye to view online. I'm not looking to ask which is brighter, I already know that. I'm wondering which is easy on the eyes and more normal looking online.

Overwatch by danimation2001Original
Add a Comment:
 
:iconlocomotion:
locomotion Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this one for sure
Reply
:iconactorzinc:
ActorzInc Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2018   General Artist
Something midway between the two colour-wise.  This is a bit too dark imo, and the lighter one is a bit less... saturated kinda?
Reply
:icongrapplemace:
GrappleMace Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2018
Lighter one looks better to me!
Reply
:iconworld-of-noel:
World-of-NoeL Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2018  Professional General Artist
The lighter version looks better for me.
Reply
:icondreadwolfclaw:
dreadwolfclaw Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The darker version is much easier. I just cycled between them both. though I say keep the light one in your gallery too cause it reflects the color scheme of overwatch. Bright. Colorful. And if anybody complains about the brightness, they need to turn THEIR brightness down on their screen.
Reply
:icondanimation2001:
danimation2001 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the feedback. Much appreciated.

Even though they can turn down their brightness, it's usually the case that their screens are not calibrated screens for that of printers.
 
Reply
:icondreadwolfclaw:
dreadwolfclaw Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
True :)
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×




Details

Submitted on
March 6
Image Size
437 KB
Resolution
1920×1242
Link
Thumb

Stats

Views
1,335
Favourites
70 (who?)
Comments
7
×