This is absolutely breathtaking, I love it! Mind if I offer some critique?
As much as I love your backgrounds, I feel like there isn't much variety in colour and values. For example, there is no difference in colour from the objects in the front to the objects in the back (Not counting the the sky, just the orange parts). When looking at real-life landscapes, most objects farther away from the background are less saturated/similar colour as the sky.
One thing I immediately noticed when I saw this is that the character doesn't stand out at all? On instagram you posted each stage of the drawing, and I like liked it at the "details" stage more than the "final" because I could more clearly see the character. I think you just need to lower the the overlay a bit, or add a different coloured reflection light.
Hope this helped, feel free to ignore it if it didn't xp
Thank you so much!!
yeah it's possible I might have messed up a bit with the layer effects and the colors turned too similar
someone already pointed out about the character visibility as well, I must improve on that :S
still thanks, that will be sure helpful for the future ^^
Omg this is amazing ;;www;;;
Can I get some advice on fur? And when I say that, I mean sometimes u add some really nice fur like this fantastic drawing you made-
and also, just a simple question, but what exactly made you improve so much on backgrounds, and how did you learn? if you have any videos that you think that could help please send them!!
But seriously, this is fantastic, you seem to never fail to impress us~
aw thank you!! ^^
uhh I don't think I'm that good at drawing fur aa, it kinda turns out differently every time, not sure what kind of advice to give you ;;
I'd usually first add a simple shading, and then just detail over it
and I guess I just improved with practice xD all I know I learned it by myself!
This is really amazing art and I love it.
but can I give you a bit of critique
Toning down the filters and lighting a bit (the sky looks cool though)
Because what happens is that it makes the drawing look "too detailed". This isn't meant to sound like an insult, it makes the drawing look too intense,
Also where is the orange lighting coming from?
Hmm I think I understand what you mean, it may have turned too saturated and added too much contrast in the end
I usually enjoy adding a lot of details into my art, though I don't consider this one a very detailed work
Honestly I have no idea about the orange light source, I don't work with that kind of things in my drawings?
I don't aim for a realistic and correct style, and I'm not much of a serious artist haha ^^" still the criticism is appreciated!
Saturated and contrast are the words I was looking for :)
I like the amount of detail you put in your art it was just strange to me on how i n t e n s e it was lmao
You don't really have to aim for a realistic art style
When I first saw your art I thought it was super realistic but now when I think about it I don't really feel that way anymore
thanks for being a good sport about criticism though most artist would take it was an insult
have a nice life :3