realised I never posted these, very rough speed photobashes I made over lunch at work for a week(the fifth I took home and work a bit longer on so it will be a submission of its own) but these are roughly 30 min, and just trying to not stop and think too much, and then actually stop when I run out of time (like I didn´t have time to properly light the snowy village or make puffs of cold breath in the air) as well as not bothering too much that the perspective is off in the third one. I´m experimenting on how much material and what kind of art I need to sell a fictional setting, so wanted to show typical living spaces for the two kingdoms Graah(viking/namibia mix) and Ilioku(japan/french rococo mix), as well as the most common ways of travelling/roads
Wow. I can't put into words how beautiful this is. I don't really know how this 'photobashing' works but those pics look so real and surreal at the same time. Kinda like something I would see in a dream or something. All four pics look so peaceful... I'd really like to be there, especially the first one looks like the perfect place for me to just sit there and listen to music. ^^
What delights me about your art is the sense of scale; everything feels so large and real, as though you could step into it. Then the extra little details are even more enjoyable because they're extra unexpected. The chandeliers in the third piece and the muddy hoofprints in the top one....all the little details just invite you to stay a while in the piece!