Hmmm...I'm hesitant to post this. Is the perspective right?
good way to check for yourself - extend the canvas out to the right a fair way, then on another layer draw straight lines along the horizontals of the piece so that they converge toward one point. if they all intersect at the precise same spot then youre in luck. if not, try correcting them as the test reveals. at first glance id say there are a few inconsistancies with the perspective. guidelines are a must if you are free-hand painting perspective. keep at it, this looks promising.
A lot of the little details in your picture, like the green lights for example, don't seem like they are all on the same plain. So after you do the line test that he recommended you, try defining your objects lines to create a sort of grid, that will help you in making sure everything ends up on the same plain, and it will look much more convincing.
Edit: Here is a quick paintover to explain what Stoph and I are talking about. It's nothing exact or anything like that, you'll have to do the work there to get exact results. The blue line being your horizon and the pink lines being some of your perspective lines. Also, it might not hurt to add a person in there, if you can, to give us an idea of size and scale. right now, that door looks extremely squashed, like it's built for midgets, or something like that.
Last edited by Sepulverture; February 1st, 2007 at 05:28 AM.
Hey, it's going really good
The ceiling just doesn't do it for me - it looks a bit plain and extending into nowhere. Trying another angle would help, I think :]
The other thing that looks strange is the 'wall' right of the door, it seems to be going a bit TOO far on the right. Try nudging it left.
And the third thing... is that a floor or a wall extending into abyss/nothingness? It's a little unclear because of the stripes/highlights.
Other than that, good work!