~**Dreams in Fantasy**~ by calum5 ()
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I have just been trying to create more atmosphere in this wip image.If anyone has any suggestions into improving or adding to this I would love to hear them.
Poser unicorn @ Daz.
Bg painted in cs2/psp7.
Thanks for looking,and your previous remarks:)
ps Swiss escade xx
Image Comments (116)
Excellent image! I love that winged unicorn, or is it a horned pegasus? Regarding the atmosphere, you could create some more background layers, to add more depth. Also the wings look a bit flat opposed to the unicorn itself, which is fantastic, maybe you could add a few layer copies and enhance the contrast on the wings. I hope my comments are useful to you. I always enjoy your work as it is, and hope to see more, more, more!!!! Cheers!
It is difficult to suggest improvements not knowing exactly what you want to transmit... however, one idea will be to add fog to the rear end of the unicorn to provide the idea that the character is coming out to the clear. A secondary detail that I noticed is that the wings' texture is not quite at the quality level of the unicorn. Anyway, this is a very nice image as it is...
The yellow makes it a bit sulphurous. The unicorn is purity. Apparantly the perfection is now being corroded by the acid aspects of the sulphur? Thus the atmosphere is either just at the point it cannot damage the surface of the good or it has dissipated from one that was so poison nothing could survive.
I'm with Forevernyt, you need better wings :) And the tail and mane of the Daz horse are not the best so you almost have to do them in Photoshop with hair brushes and layers (cwrw is preparing a pack). But the atmosphere, light and colours are superb :)
Like the atmosphere,I would suggest to crop to the Rule of thirds you can create more interesting, balanced and powerful compositions by placing the subject off-centre in your Art. I'm concerned about the tail maybe some free flowing hair? well there is my two cents,Have a great day Cal!
Cal- this is lovely with a very serene mood. Since you asked - I'll offer my 2 cents worth, too. I would suggest moving the uni off center, too, and bring the bright light over the animal, shining over it, and bringing light and transparency through the wings. In fact I think those wings could be a real focal point of interest. Regarding the bk, it is neat to put a suggestion of something there, to add depth. It's great fun to see your work as you are always growing and trying new things. CC