pretty nice work you did there.
The model is pretty well done, full of details and the colors are nice
The lack of the 2d work is nice. I think it could be too busy with all the 2d and stuff
The only thing I didn't get much was the weird ball in the bottom left... anyway, awesome work as always
Forgive me for not going on an indepth critique, but i just got home from work (2:30am..)
but I see the study of color in this. Great values, so dark and mysterious, makes me wonder "where do you belong"? Also a nice array of saturations, I especially love the creamy tan + red color scheme. great gravitational pull towards the center, but could possibly use 1 or 2 emphasized elements to get the eye moving out from it.
I like the way you are going back to your roots, but bringing in fresh new elements from your more boundary pushing recent works.
On this image, it seems to have quite a dark overtone, the vibrancy in the highlights I would normally prefer aren't present. The subtle glows that draw out a silhouette are effective though, they give more depth and definition. The touch of read makes for a more interesting image... it complements the forms well and the use of angle is once again well done.
Outstanding! Though I am viewing this from a dying monitor with a green overtone which tends to phase out any other colours, im really interested in the shapes. I can tell for your love of repeating patterns in the geometry. As i have watched your art for many months, your usage of jagged elongated rectangles and angles of less than 90 degrees is beautiful.
The perspectives are always refreshing. The canvases are wide and cause the viewer to pan over it to take it all in. The negative space also adds so much to this piece. The chosen apex of the light matches perfectly with the lighting of the actual render. The amazing illumination of the center when mixed with it draws your eye into the center to give you the retro feel, then directs your eyes to the vastness of space to which it all lies.
I love it and envy your talent. Not a bad thing to say about it or any of your work at all. kudos!
the shape flies cross the lines and that makes much tension. good tension! The muted laque and metal make it feel strong and indeed
does not feel like capture
mechanical? maybe the coulours make it feel old as well
great choice of colours, pixel charcter...yeah it gives it a nice touch , and maybe yeah,would be interesting to see it without the shadow, the 3d would stand out more than but im not sure if u wnted it like that hehe, and the font in the backgr looks also very good, one of ur best 4 the last pack imao
Interesting piece. You have managed to achieve a very successful balance between positive and negative space via the composition, which is interesting due to the slanted perspective of the 'structure'. This helps to create a more dynamic feel on the canvas. You obviously have great experience in this form of digital art, and so, unsurprisingly somewhat, the colours you have chosen complement one another nicely. The pivotal dark yellow is eccentuated by the underlying instances of red. And the retro icon in the centre of the piece is a nice touch
I can only think of one crit for the piece, it being the shadows cast off of the structure. This, in my opinion, gives an uneeded sense of reality to the piece. You have created a physically unbelievable structure, that one immediately assumes could not be created 'on this planet' and is hovering in space ........... well, maybe neither of those, but when I look at the piece I do not presume it to be positioned so close to a wall. Maybe you are trying to create a 'visual paradox' and balance reality with abstraction, and if so, the balances are tipped in favour of abstraction, which leaves the realism looking out of place. But then again, thats only my opinion
As that is coming from a viewer, not maker, of abstract art, feel free to disregard that if it doesn't make sense
No problem - I find comments like "gj" or "wd" or any of the one-worders useless - it doesn't show any help to the artist whatsoever, so I try to make my comments *slightly* more useful.
With regards to the shadow, I understand your aim as a design element - and, looking at it like that, its highly successful. However, there could be some ambiguosity to interpret it as I did, which, now explained, makes a lot more sense.
Looking forward for your other site bro.
Much respect to the effort you have for the group... for more than two years already.
I still can't find that IRC CHAT log of ours during our first meeting... i think aerosole and altermind were there. And FP. I'll dig my archives one of these days.