Yes, that's pretty much it...
maybe it's just me.
but the way I see this is the two people got caught completely off guard.
and with the weapon he has...he has no choice but to watch the creature carry her off
I grew up on it too, I guess you noticed!
A degree in architecture always helps too...
Thanks much Dan!
sorry to say i missed this piece,this is pretty much the style of art i grew up with,fantastic style and i love the architecture off in the distance.^^
I really like the way you use color. This is fantastic work!
Thank you Tiina!
Yes, the painting was done in oils, I tend to use thinned down paint so that it dries faster in order to achieve that hard edged, fantasy illustration look.
Now you come to mention it, I think you have a point... I did this painting a long long time ago and with more experience I would probably have given the figures a better sense of perspective in relationship to each other... I remember I wanted to put a shadow from the flying beast on the bridge in front of the "hero" in order to establish it being in the foreground but unfortunately the light direction I had chosen didn't allow for it.
This is great. THe colours are beautiful, but one thing I find akward is that it seems as though the monster is behind the hero, and the hero is just standing there completely lost. Just my two cents
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