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House Lyr (v2) by mistermojo28 House Lyr (v2) by mistermojo28
Edit: 8 months on, made some changes to colours/values. Really needed sorting out!

Finally finished another one, this took way too long and I'm not 100% happy with some areas but there we go.

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IeveIup Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That one house is taaalllllll O_o
Anyway, I find this very created and well drawn! :iconfavbomb-plz:
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IeveIup Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
*creative
(Sorry I never notice the typo until I post the comment ;A; )
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mistermojo28 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Haha, thanks a lot! :D
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IeveIup Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem! :3
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AlexKnight Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014   General Artist
This one deserves a Daily Deviation
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mistermojo28 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Wow, glad you think so :) Still want to go back and improve this at some point.
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Rutenator Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013
This is really really good piece. Since you mentioned that critique is welcome then here are a couple of points:

1) I reckon that the shadows in the front (or bottom) part could have been tad darker to create a bolder light composition. Might be that my monitor is just too bright though (i always keep it on 100% lightness) and everyone else sees it darker.

2) Color composition works well too. I like the warm lights in the front houses and the pink fog over/behind them. Maybe there's tad too much blue though and you could have made something stand out more in the background. Perhaps played a bit with the sky and sun(?) color. I do understand that the aerial perspective (=losing contrast and shifting to blue as distance grows) comes with some restraints in that respect, but what i would have perhaps done is to take a look at some reference pics to see what could look good and realistic. I'm never 100% sure what works so i tend to play around a bit so this kind of advice might not suit to everyone else's style of working though.

3) Clouds (or smoke?) are in my opinion the weakest part here. It seems to me that you didn't work on them as much as you did on other areas. What i would have liked to see is a bit more sky and prettier clouds that would strengthen the atmosphere of the pic. The focal point of the composition seems to be the sun and since it is in my opinion the weakest point, it detracts a lot from otherwise superb piece.

4) you have aced the use of 3 point perspective so no criticism here. Good job.
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mistermojo28 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot man :D Some interesting points there, I agree with all of them ;)
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RapeRadbury Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think the perspective in this one gets a bit weird in a few places -what is going on with the tallest roof in the foreground? Or the very top of the massively tall background building? Maybe an intentional skewing in some places to make it seem like the buildings are crowding in on the viewer?
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mistermojo28 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
It should line up to the grid I used but yeah, it does tend to look a bit odd when you push the rules of perspective that far. The original idea was actually to have the buildings appear to loom over the camera a bit, similar to how the town of Bree from Lord of the Rings is described :)
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