Yet another example of how *jcbarquet captures the imagination with his artwork, this piece is exquisitely detailed. Even down to the surfaces of the stones, nothing was left out of his thorough style of artwork.
The vision in this piece is well represented, and once again gives the viewer the ever important glimpse into the personality of the artist.
The originality of the piece is well established, and the technique is well executed as to create an aquarell effect in the piece, giving it the life-like quality of a piece that was painted on the spot in the likeness of a place one would expect to find on a map.
The impact of the work is a four-star impact, but the overall feel of the picture itself make for a much greater wave of effect on the viewer. The work mixes a sense of Tolkien and George Lucas, and gives the insatiable urge for the viewer to look harder into the work to find what may be hidden in the darker corners of the valley and beyond the mist from the waterfalls.
Have to admit, this will be my PC background for a few weeks! If I could grab it in high res I'd have to pay you for a print. (Not that I could hang it anywhere.) Your landscapes would make good printed wallpapers.