Artemis Woods (originally called Moruk Woodlands) got its name because of the Greek Goddess of forests, Artemis. This landscape is supposed to represent a warm autumn in a mythical, yet realistic setting. This digital art piece took 2-3 weeks to get done, with the finishing touches done today (2/18/21).
I will never be able to express how greatful I am for this, or at least not with any word. I want to thank you all so much for letting me get this opportunity. You guys mean the world to me, and I promise I will not let you down.
Wow. As in... Wow! Your work is truly something special. I almost expect Ori to leap into the image.
If you don't know Ori all I will say is yes, that's meant as a huge compliment. Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps are games known for their spectacularly beautiful settings and deeply emotional narrative. For your art to send my mind THERE is again, truly special. 5 stars, 10 / 10, Bravo!
Very beautiful composition. The brightness of the center draws the eye very well without being too bright to cause strain. It provides a very good anchor to then let the eye wander around the rest of the work and take in the wonderful detail.
Is the center brightness meant to be a specific object or more of a general aura of the forest? I think a great touch would be to add a little bit more glow to the edges of the objects in the middle and foreground. It might enhance the overall ambiance as well as symbolize the energy that perpetuates throughout the forest.
Overall, it's a very beautiful and well-balance piece. Great job!
Thank you so much for your reply! I'll try to add these things into my next scenery drawing! (Also the light is meant to be the aura of the forest to make it seem more mythical, but I can see how it can be confusing )