I was looking thru some of your "older" works, LOL ( you are
so prolific, which is amazing considering the beautiful quality
of your works ) and found this one ! And I took the time to
read thru alot of the comments - wow, they really ran the
gamut but in general were positive. I love the composition
in this one as well as the color ( the slate blue-grey is quite
beautiful and full of atmosphere [ as though a storm has just
broken ] ). That church tree is intriguing, especially with
the addition of the fork ( Adam and Eve/religious overtones ).
This is a favorite but I have a question: why no highlites on
the tree ( I can see why none on the top but why not towards
the bottom ) ? Just wondering since there are beautiful ones
on the worm and rocks.
Hm.. sorry to say that, but this work is under your niveau.
You got much more talent and more impressive works.
This one - for me - is not well done. Maybe it is because the play of 3D and reality lacks the right combination.
It looks like a first try.
The idea is nice but the whole work does not impress me.. x_X
Nop, it is quite good you're telling me this and replying, at least someone who is able to answer [on criticism and stuff].
Yes, somewhat it is true, not everyone is able to know what exactly the works are about or what time it all needs to create etc.
My post is just what my opinion tells me, so for me it is not that impressive.
I know, it is not easy to create something like this and it needs much patience and knowledge. But in comparison with most of your other works this looks not as good as them.
One thing is sticking into my eyes, namely the line between reality (rock) and digital (tree). For me the contrast is too big as if a bad movie was created, that uses computerized elements which you can perfectly see.
If it doesn't impress you then it's not made for you but I know what I'm doing and I certainly know how and why I want something. This is nothing like a first try, if it was under my level I wouldn't have posted it. Next to that I don't think you can judge that anyway except when you know how this pic was made. Personally I don't think this has anything to do with talent but more with people not understanding what I am doing. This reply will probably sound arrogant, but it's just how I think about it.
ure post kind of reminds me of Henry Peach Robinson's work. he used to allow people to understand how he did his photographic work and it lost it's appeal back then and from then on he decided not to tell how he produce his work, soon afterwards people started to appreciate his work again. sometimes u just gotta keep things to urself lol