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Last edited by kuzey; February 1st, 2012 at 01:18 PM.
sory, ıuploaded wrong image, I fixedI don't understand you received critiques on this yesterday, why start a new thread?
oo sory , ı uploaded wrong image, now I fixed
Read up on perspective and use reference is all I can really say.
Too many soft, mushy shapes. Don't be afraid to use 100% opacity, and use a variety of brush sizes.
The climber and the cliff at the front is ok, you got the gesture of the guy really well, he looks like he is taking a rest after a seriously hard climb. But you need more detail on the rocks and to correct the top so that it would match the same perspective as the background.
However its the background that spoils the whole thing mate, Pause the current picture and then go off and do some perspective studies (drawings) until you get your head around the problem, if you dont study the fundamentals of something like this you will never be satisfied with the results you are getting.
Its one of the things that some of may favourite mentors (JeffX99, Arenhaus, Venger, and many others) keep on at me about "study the basics and fundamentals of art" only by getting this information drilled into your brain will you get the quality of images that you want at the end.
Also use massive amounts of reference materials to enable you to make the sea look right and the textures of the rock, the clouds etc etc.
I hope this helps you out and doesnt put you off because the image has potential, keep at it and you will be brilliant in no time at all.
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook