All 4 art Reviews

Back to innocence Back to innocence

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The feeling is there...

but practice is the key to getting your point across. The piece feels like the majority was drawn in the time that u listened to the music u described. (fireflies is a very inspiring song) Not to say that is a bad thing. Some of my best works were done in a flash because of inspirational music. The question any artist has to ask themselves when their finished with a piece is "am i really finished" and I've found that the answer is usually no. The piece will never really be finished until another person can look at your piece and literally feel the same feelings u have when u look at it.

Verspar responds:

Wow for a long time I was wondering what you meant. I was thinking that you had some sort of good reason, but I wasn't sure what it was, now that I look at it, it doesn't seem to be a set picture, I noticed that way too long after. the images are so far apart and they have no correlation with each other. It doesn't take anyone back in time. It gave me a little peace in mind, but I'm not driven back to what the image was meant to show.

And for that, I thank you, knowing you are an artist, I do think that your score was a tad bit on the supportive side though. Seeing the image now, I feel like it deserves a smaller score.

Skyship I Skyship I

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I have to agree...

This reminds me of Treasure Planet too.(Reviewer below) The picture has a very science fiction feel to it. The lighting gives it a really warm feeling and the sunlight light streaming through the opening in the distant clouds was done flawlessly. In fact, there are no flaws in this piece to speak of. Very well done!

The Watchtower The Watchtower

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

One of my favorite themes...

I've always been a fan of medieval themed games, movies. and of course art like this piece. It has a very dark and mysterious feel to it but at the same time it has an adventurous feel as well. I like the roughness of the image which emphasizes the darkness. The only problem i saw with the image is the sky surrounding the bird and in the brighter areas doesn't share the same smooth look of the the rest of the picture. It looks pix elated and a little blocky. This is only a small problem though and doesn't take away from it too much. Very nice work!

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Stunji responds:

Actually it's not pixelation, it's texture- It helps it feel a little rough around the edges, which is something I like. It's inherited from traditional painting, where seeing the brush strokes is stylistic- alot of digital artists use stuff like that in a similar vein, but thank you for the review! I appreicate it.

Warlord Warlord

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool...

Looks like what you would get if you combined Demon Souls and Overlord. The only problem i have with it is the sword. The proportions and shape of it is confusing. The sword seems to be paper thin and and it kind of looks pasted on. Also the sharp part of the blade isn't on the business side of the sword lol. Other than that its really good.