It's true. Often this is that as from afar looks like graphic on the screen as dark, it can be shown in close-up detail. In addition, it also depends largely on the monitor. On older models have already burned more, it's probably a lot darker look this is a graphic on the border in shades of darkness. But such scenes may actually like this, do a little too dark. Thanks for the compliment.
Thanks I usually try to make up for my lack of an interesting technique - detail. I admire your style, which I hope to be able to so. Well, but usually this is that it comes one more, another more that.
Probably you stick yourself with monogamous rounded type of brushes to much. Going frenzy with textured and dynamic shape's brushes give you a lot of liberty and subtle work to achieve details which myself still trying to achieve as well.
I think you're absolutely right in what you write. Dynamic brushes with the texture sometimes easier to just work, but little is ever practiced, and a little afraid of the results. But I will try to adapt slowly. I admire those who create graphics in this way and feel this technique very easily.
Absolutely awesome. I love the dark, yet jungle feel. My new desktop for now! My only thought for the sake of realism is that perhaps the patch of light on the bottom left ought to have a more pronounced beam leading up to it. Not sure if that would subtract from visual appeal though. Great job, keep it up!
You have a lot of arguments in this regard on the left side of the image. Where should I pull the little bit of light rays. The rays of light, I am very careful with their intensity, because sometimes he is convinced that a too strong spoil the effect. I try to add them very gently, yet and so are usually quite strong Your valuable comment, you are right. Thanks also for your kind words. I wanted there still improve a little bit, but I was too lazy
I guess the only place to bring it in from would be the same location as the others. But yeah, as I said, it might spoil the scene a little for the sake of realism, so whether or not it's worth bothering on, I can't say.