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:iconkatharsisdrill:
A fine use of the yellow light. You might want to work with some more contrasting colours, also in the background.

This large painting by Danish painter Lauritz Tuxen has an overall feeling of yellow light even though it is all over the spectrum.

denstoredanske.dk/@api/deki/fi…

It is a good thing that you let the foreground be very detailed and then going towards the background makes it more simple with visible (digital) brush-strokes. It's a technique that gives a feeling of depth, and one that can actually also be reversed. Small precise brush-strokes in the background and large ones in the foreground - scaling the brush-size the closer you get to the viewer.

Constable did this in some of his studies.
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Katharsisdrill Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Hmmm... works for me. try this www.dandebat.dk/images/1119p.j…

Else search for "Laurits Tuxen svantevit arkona." There are lots of versions on the internet but the colours differ very much. If you are in Denmark you can see the painting at Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, north of Copenhagen.
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SvartabergetArt Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks alot for the critique, i need it. You are rigth and having a point with the backgrund. Sorry but the link dos not work.
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