Scene and environment critique request

by Marie, May 28th 2020 © 2020 Marie

Done as part of a 6 hour class.

My current goal is: Strengthening my fundamentals, especially perspective

Decided to use some colours because I was going crazy in the six hour class haha.

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Very elaborate job, right off the bat, Marie, greatest job on your color relationships. Yet, I've got one most tiniest and insignificant suggestion: Why don't you go for improving your one point perspective the most, in your next 3 hour class mode, if you pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty pleeeeaaase????? And do you and I know why?????? It's as if you do that class mode, then your perspective fundamentals will become masterful and second-nature to you! Here is this link: Click Here Please? Appeal and say prayer that it'll give you totally concrete advice.

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Thank you so much! This is so helpful. I'll definitely do that.


Really great job!!! Perspective is definitely a challenge, but you're doing great! One of the biggest tips I can give for perspective painting is to google search photography of landscapes. If you look closely, you can see that as things get further away from the camera, they look more hazy/desaturated! You've definitely got some of this going on in your first painting, it's a good start. Try pushing those values even further and creating some very light values the further something is away, and very dark values the closer things are to the camera. Keep up the good work!


Thanks so much, that is great advice! I'll definitely do some studying of the values and try to apply that!