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STOCK - Of Land and Sea by TheGhostSiren
A Knight and His Sword Stock by Ghost-Rebel-Stock
The mount II by Sugar-Sugar-Bee
Pexels-photo-185806 by Vyskaj
landscape3 by boliarka
A Mountain Peak by deadeye-stock
Cloud Stock 2584 by Phenix59
Storm Cloud Stock 0566 by Phenix59
Cherry Blossoms in the town 3 by ajoj
Tree Trunks and Roots - png's by spacenewt
rest is paint
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A truly visually stunning piece that, for some reason, really reminds me of Moana's final scene.
I love the composition of the whole piece, although I do agree with one of the critiques that the distant mountain is a little strangely tilted in terms of the whole manipulation as a whole. That said, I absolutely love how the lighting brings in a sense of peace and tranquility that, I think, you envisioned when making the picture. I do think it might have been a bit better if there was a small edge of lighting on the small frontal figure, to make him stand out just a little more, but that's a very small nit-pick, and more personal preference.
This is honestly an utterly impact and incredible manip.
Once again you've outdone yourself!
Hi! This piece is absolutely fantastic. I'm not familiar with photomanipulation techniques, but I wanted to critique the composition and presentation.
First, this is the type of artwork that would stop me in my tracks and have me buying a book without a second thought (if it was the book cover). I love the scope you've captured and all the questions it inspires -- who the statue is supposed to be, who carved it, why did they carve it, and even "did it used to be a living thing that was imprisoned by magic?" The inclusion of the knight in the foreground is the perfect way to show just how huge the statue is, and I find myself really wanting to be in the world in which it sits. The way you turned the original photo of the woman into stone, made her part of the mountain and added the chain is really impressive.
My only critique of this piece is that the distant mountain is a bit confusing in its perspective -- it's more tilted to the right than my mind expects, and so it winds up looking out of place. If you were going for a Fish-eye lens effect, I don't think the right side of the painting carries that strongly enough to balance the sharp effect the mountain in the distance has. I can see why you might think having the mountain at a normal angle might not be as interesting a composition, but... in my opinion, you may have just gone a bit too far with the tilt you chose.
That said, this really is gorgeously done. It's going to stick with me for a while.