Its looking good. The perspective is looking ok, atmospheric perspective seems to be there. I would say be careful about the large dark areas of the image. Try to unify the colours also. I think the colours on the right hand side of the image work well together. I would suggest replicating these on the left as well, I'm not sure the grey magenta in the sky works well.
Good going so far. Looking forward to seeing the next iteration!
Thanks for the tips! I appreciate it very much.
I´ll keep working on that.
I´m trying to apply concepts of trditional painting on digital, but sometimes I forget that needs to look real, not painterly. I´m working on that.
Im not an expert myself, but if you were to composite in a real actor walking around in your scene, it would look like their walking around in a video game or non real place. This is probably due to the painted elements, while it looks great as a painting, I would put this on my wall most def, as it looks great, its not photo real yet for a film to trick the audience in thinking its a real place. I think brining in more photo real elements, actual photographs, and just positioning them in place will help a lot! Such as the landscape on the left side, a photoreal sky, background mountains, and a background city scape, you can even bring in a real railroad on the right, it looks too clean, making it look videogamish, use google, you can find a lot of stuff there! And Im not an expert, Im just looking at it as if I were an audience member in a film looking at a wide shot, I would think Im watching a scene out of Halo for ps2 instead of a scene from Star Wars, neither one is better, just different, so if your going for photoreal, use more photos as sources instead of painting.
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