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Daily Deviation
November 25, 2013
Overpass by =k3-studio
Featured by TehAngelsCry
Suggested by ihamo
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This is an abstract scene. If you like this, I'm glad.
One of trigonometric functions was used to make this scene. This scene is the Chromatic formula series.


You can get 1920x1200 pixels by download.
This scene has been made by 3dsMAX, Illustrator and Photoshop.

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:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star-empty::star-empty: Impact

This is the most balanced work in the artist's chromatic series.
The vision is clear and well executed, very Escher like idea - in which endless objects flow go around each object, tying them up to eternal bond.

The color balance is perfect and the scene has very good flow and object balance nothing that would distract the eye or viewing experience. The soft shades under the object give it a lift, making it look like it is peacefully floating i it's place while the colors are floating through it.

I have to point out something negative, or I wouldn't be a critic now would I?
Look at the reflection, they are slightly off, not the reflection themselves but their position on the stripes. This can be because of the slight backlighting of the scene, but they seem almost artificially perfectly placed. Maybe artist should have considered adding reflection pass to the stripes or maybe soft reflection. The stripes look and flowing but they have a crystal clear reflection.

But I can clearly see improvement in the handling of the objects and color in the scene compared to earlier works

The scores:

Vision 4:
-It can be clearly seen what the artist was going for and how it is extremely interesting concept to play with.

Originality 4:
-This is clearly something you don't see artist trying out often due to the fact you can get it wrong so easily. I have to commend the artist for going for it.

Technique 4:
I had to reduce ½ a point from the score due to the reflections. But the artist has mastery over the tools he uses for his craft. But in this case the reflections let down the skill expectation I was waiting from the artist when looking at his last works.

Impact 3:
This score I am very clear on. Even if the piece has all the the components to achieve greatness, it is missing something. It doesn't have that something that to seal the deal. Regardless it is very aesthetic piece, beautiful in sort of passive way.