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As has been said before, this is generally a fantastic looking piece. Very well done!
The first thing that hits me with this work is the various methods of perspective working in the scene, and how they're all combining to form true depth. There's general line perspective, detail perspective, and even some atmospheric perspective all really pitching in to help push that back end waaaaay back. On top of that for separation's sake the differences in the hues of the scene and those on the character really help make him jump out. So very well thought out, planned, and executed
The only thing i can point to on this piece as a detractor, aside from some overly tedious detailing timesink type work, is that i wish there was a secondary focus in the composition. Something continuing to flesh out the story of this guy hacking in the FG. Maybe the crew he hired to get him in set up defensively in the background. Or that big monitor in the back showing the security forces trying to blast in the front door, likely heading to him. That's really the only thing i can say is "missing".
really fine work.
Okay first off, this artwork is HUGE, but it's really cool! I can use this as a wallpaper or a poster. I can tell you've put a lot of effort and detail into creating this artwork. And you know what? I love it! I'm a sucker of sci-fi and this one feels like it came out of a video game. The highlights and lightening are good, especially for the metallic objects and how they reflect the light coming from the screen and also other flash tech hanging around in the background. Shading is also really good and that brings out more depth into certain parts of the artwork. I honestly love the design of the character! I like how he has these circuits that covers his face and arms (probably his whole body since he's a hacker, a humanoid cyber alien hacker).
I can go on writing more on how this artwork is really awesome. But I guess if you heightened the contrast for some parts, like having a focal point for the "lighter areas" and a lower contrast for the "darker" areas.