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At the Edge of What Is by superbill22 At the Edge of What Is by superbill22
I'm doing my best to put what I'm seeing in my mind, while I'm working on my book, out visually. This is the edge of the world. Or at least how I see the edge of the world. It's still just a work in progress. I'm not sure how much more I can do to it without it being too much visually. I'd love some feedback if you can give it.

This image as well as the portion of my book that is set here is based loosely on my favorite poem, Shel Silverstein's "Where the Sidewalk Ends."
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Cashe132 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
This is my personal favorite of your gallery. Nice job with the colors. Good choices.
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superbill22 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Professional
Thanks!
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KPyouri Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
this is amazing, i love the dreamy colorwork! TEACH ME DAMMIT!!!!
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superbill22 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Professional
Thanks! it's pretty easy really, I just keep the opacity of my brushes at about 45 and go over it a bunch.
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KPyouri Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2007
45? herm hermm.... i must steal Will's digipen :)
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MaverickNinja777 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2007
Whoah, cool~ I really like the sense of scale of this picture, especially with that little dude perched at the edge. I really like everything sort of towards the middle of the picture, but the edge details are where you run into some problems. Like your sky for instance; you've got really warm highlights, but also really warm shadows--try working with warm lights and cooler shadows, you might like the balance better. Also the lights on the rocks should sort of mirror the tone of the picture, which is more yellow-peachy rather than the cool white you've used. And actually, i can tell the rocks would probably look better without too much outlining; by over-rendering those areas you kind of take away from teh focus of the picture (which i see as kind of the light and the figure). Hope that helps, and i really do like the picture!

-Genna
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superbill22 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2007  Professional
Thankies! I'll try that out when I get the time to get back to this :P
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RetroMunkey Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2007
ooh, even though i've seen this before, it still looks gorgeous! i especially like the sky! ;D post more stuff!
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superbill22 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Professional
Thanks.. I think I like the actual painted version I showed you better tho
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kaivoetmann Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2007
Nice one. Good lines and a steady hand... keep it up...
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