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Lucia's Village

By fabiolagarza
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Thanks to <img class="avatar" src="a.deviantart.net/avatars/a/n/a…" alt=":iconmirkand89:" title="AnIvorySoul"/> I saw her critique and was able to see you beautiful artwork! Regarding this piece, I'm with what has been said regarding the foreground buildings and the background panorama. Maybe a different hue or color mood (a level in "color" in PS, cutting out the buildings) could help distance the mountains and the background houses. I didn't notice the character immediately too, but that easy to fix, like making it all blueish llike his cloak( again a simple color level) <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/w/w…" width="15" height="15" alt=";)" title=";) (Wink)"/>
Hope you don't mind my point of view, in any case it's already great and will watch your works from now on!
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This work is really good...I love the color palette, with orange, yellow, red (there's snow, but all is so "hot", I like it). I really like the "sense of distance" (but, maybe, will look better if you make more contrast between the house on left and background, for example), and the little detail of the character. Love the composition, impact, and your technique is really nice, very cool. This work looks awesome for children's book, fairy tales, and I love this thing, sooo magic! <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt=":)" title=":) (Smile)"/> It's like a beautiful dream. I would like to be in a place like this, for sure.
Great job! (sorry for my english)
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Like I said the style is beautiful. I also like the colors you used and how you also used atmospheric perspective in the back. The only thing that throws me off slightly is the building looking dead on at the viewer. Maybe because its not symmetrical and one side seems to have a lot of weight than the other. It also seems to get lost with the building behind it. I think by you fading it just slightly it wouldn't be too confusing to the eye. Also watch out for tangents. But great job as always! The buildings detail gives the town that 'old world' charm!
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wow, it´s amazing!
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This is great! =) I really struggle with deep perspective and interesting building designs so I love to see examples of it done very well =)
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I love the warm tones and the seemingly simplistic colouring technique. It's all so crisp and clean.
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This is so lovely and beautiful! I love every single detail in this picture! <3
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Beautiful! I love golden colours.
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SO lovely, fabs. Great job.
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This is so lovely!
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I love how warm and cozy it looks despite being a wintery scene :P
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Thank you! That's exactly what I went for!!
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This is beautiful, looking at this makes me happy :)
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The colours and composition are wonderful!
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Lovely lovely lovely!
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