Under the Midnight Sky  

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Uploaded: 04/08/13 1:11 AM GMT
Under the Midnight Sky
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I've created two pieces, and I'm not sure which one to enter into the current content.
I was trying for the less obvious/definable emotions. In this one I wanted to invoke the feeling you get when you look up at the night sky, especially in a wide open space. That's hard to capture on a computer screen, so I put the figure and porch in to give a sense of scale.

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04/08/13 3:13 AM GMT
I really like both postings, but I think this is more of a feel impact. Beautiful! Tigs♥ =^..^=
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04/08/13 9:52 PM GMT
I can't tell you how much I love this! Amazing work with a real feeling of wonder, peace and bliss (at least that's the feeling I get, and who couldn't use more of that)! Best of luck in the contest Hannah Joy, I think you have a heavyweight contender here!!
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04/08/13 10:49 PM GMT
I think you did a fine job with this panorama, certainly something I haven't seen from the digital artists before. The tiny medieval character is indeed dwarfed by the massive porch (presumably that of a castle—I like how you "keystoned" the pillars to look like it's a photograph taken with a wide-angle lens) and the distant landscape and sky.

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04/15/13 6:30 AM GMT
That is quite the spectacular view from the porch of this establishment. A fantastic creation with a great sense of scale and wonderful colours. There is a diagonal line running through the sky on the right that could be removed.
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