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Boat City

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Screenshot of some-making steps posted on my blog : [link]

done with Mypaint (dev) and Krita (dev)

Licensed under a CC-By-Nc-Nd : Reposting and usage of the artwork is free, allowed and encouraged, providing credits "Artwork : www.davidrevoy.com" but any usage of the artwork for commercial purposes or manipulations, derivations are strictly prohibited. Full license : [link] For commercial usage contact me.
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fred-miaou's avatar
:star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact

Composition intéressante et agréable à parcourir. On comprend que c'est le lieu de vie de la jeune fille, qu'elle se l'est approprié. Jolie lumière.

Après si je dois faire mon tatillon, les déchirures des coques des épaves me semblent improbables bien que pas choquantes pour autant non plus. Cette improbabilité peut concourir à nous transporter dans une autre univers où les détails diffèrent de notre réalité. Donc ce qui suit ne sont pas forcement des défauts de la composition mais des observations par rapport à la représentation du réel.

Exemple, la coque du bateau bleu derrière la fille semble au premier abord être en bois mais la forme de l'ouverture suggère que c'est plus proche du métal sans en être sûr non plus, comme si le choix n'avait pas été arrêté sur sa nature et que du coup elle se retrouve à cheval entre deux matière avec des déchirures qui ne correspondent ni à l'un ni à l'autre. Exemple de coque en bois: [link]

Autre exemple, la déchirure sur la coque métallique du bateau orange qui en soutient deux autres, elle correspond pour moi davantage un trou de rouille qu'au résultat d'un choc. Donc là également, un choix est à faire. Si c'est la rouille qui a bouffé la coque, on doit voir la rouille sur toute la coque, exemple: [link]
En revanche, si la coque a été déchiré par un rocher, il est peu probable que ça ressemble à ça. Des pliures et des déformations devraient alors apparaitre.

Globalement, les bateaux du dessins dont la coque est trouée ne semblent pas assez usés par le temps pour présenter ces symptômes. A moins qu'il s'agisse de trous d'éventration mais ce n'est pas probant.

Exemples de coques éventrées et d'épaves:
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Terra-universe's avatar
this is fantastic and well detailed!
ApparentlyImStupid's avatar
H O L Y    S H E T    I S    T H A T    A    M O A N A    R E F R E N C E ? ? ?
captain-pie's avatar
Heheh~. She's playing chess with a water-dragon-thing. And in such a lovely looking place~.
This is very pleasant. Well done.
She probably lives in the boat just above the blue one~. I can see her carefully lowering herself from boat, to boat, holding her chess set.
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I know I'm harping a lot on this but, this piece really speaks to me... Like, stuff is happening here. Wonderful stuff~.
fullerart12's avatar
Fine art!! It makes me think in a lot of stories about it! (:
AbsborTheCat's avatar
Ths is awesome! :silentkitty: Absb:star:r
AerapixDesign's avatar
This is awesome because there are such many elements to take notice in. The lighting is close to perfection - water being my only issue regarding the lighting. It lacks the details of algae and the color palettes of underwater vegetation. This was my only issues with this painting - awesome work man! Will look forward seeing more coming from you.
Deevad's avatar
Thank you ! yes, this piece learnt me to document myself a bit more on the topic , and not go only from imagination for props one can find in real world. Boats, algae , my beach and boat cimetary is really artificial. :)
ADFENO's avatar
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Aww! Cute! This reminds me of "Spirited Away", written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The best of all, it is original, that said, as far as I can see, there are no copies of the digital assets present in "Spirited Away", so it remains legal.

Also, it's under a Creative Commons license.


Best regards, ADFENO.
Have a nice day.

[PT-BR]

Aww! Que bonito! Isso me lembra de "A Viagem de Chihiro", escrito e dirigido por Hayao Miyazaki. O melhor de tudo é que esta obra é original, digo isso pois, até onde vejo, não há nenhuma cópia dos recuros/conjuntos digitais presentes em "A Viagem de Chihiro", sendo assim, esta obra continua sendo legal.

Além disso, ela está sob uma licença Creative Commons.


Atenciosamente, ADFENO.
Tenha um bom dia.
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ADFENO's avatar
[EN]

It's me who needs to thank you. I really like the way how you and Ico-dY improved.


Best regards, ADFENO.
Have a nice day.

[PT-BR]

Sou eu quem precisa lhe agradecer. Gosto da maneira que você e Ico-dY melhoraram.


Atenciosamente, ADFENO.
Tenha um bom dia.
MajaDalgaard's avatar
Your detail work is so amazing. Love the story here.
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SayaOtonashi2012's avatar
weird...but good!!!
AshiRox's avatar
Nice work, looks great. Your work is made ​​using soft brushes and bright colors are very nice.
Ico-dY's avatar
The lighting, the chromatic choice and the subject make a very relaxed and peaceful atmosphere. The piece is rich of details offering a full vibrant and lively world. In my humble opinion the "flowing" of the water at the base of the dragon could be better empathizing the geometrical "S" shape of the creature. It feels a bit stiff. The perspective, the composition and the details (the bird for instance) dragged me to the stairs zone. Was it your intention? I could criticize others things, but sincerely it's hard (and pedantic :D) at this skill level to distinguish between an author mindful choice or not. The important thing is the overall impression and you surely hit the mark! ^^
Deevad's avatar
Hey Ico-dY, oh yes, this picture have a lot of composition problem, stiff details , and un-motivated designs ( and also painted from imagination , without references... not a help for the boat as the critic I receive say precisely. ).
This is probably my longest painting ever made. I spent like a full week / full time on it without precise objective ; I probably wanted to focus on detailing this zoomed part or this one.
The result ; the picture could probably be cut , and posted as various illustration.
But I made so much of mistakes into this one, that I learned precious things for the next one :=)
thx again for the comment.
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DenzelAJackson's avatar
This is awesome, it is easy for me to get lost in it and feel like I'm inside of this world, much like the way I played video games as a youngster.
kram1032's avatar
Either, those ships are way smaller, or that girl is way bigger than normal... Because, compared to that ship, the girl is huge.
Mishrito's avatar
I suppose it's just a boat and not a huge ship....
kram1032's avatar
I guess... But even so, it feels like off-scale.
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