Andrew, wow, beautiful contrasts, love the washed out background - one of your best digi-figures yet too! I'm sure the little girl is quite happy that nasty guy is gone, I am too, thanks!
Wow, Andrew, I really love this one — the overblown brightness just has a fantasy aspect and the young miss is intriguing. Can't wait to see that graphic novel of yours!
Af thanks :) I wasn't sure about leaving the 'cutout' around the girl to be so harsh rather than finally blended but I htink it adds to the light and dark contrast. Cheers!
This is beautiful. I like the color scheme. The yellow-greens and blues work very well, and the pale background creates mystery.
I too really like the contrast between the figure and the much-lighter background. They're not quite in the same world, which is exactly the way it is when you're a child sometimes. I personally am glad there's no nasty guy either....
I would LOVE to see the bad guy!! (But that's just me, I always like a little drama!)
Thanks Laurel and Coreopsis and Kinga :)The bad guy was interesting, but he had that you-don't-want-to-go-there look about him, as gar as political incorrectness...Oh for the days when a Pirate Captain could keelhaul a litle cabin boy for misbehaving and not be reported to the societyforhtepreventionofcrueltytochildren (sftpoctc)....those were the days, aha me hearties.... hic :)
A lot more good work since I stopped here last...this one caught my eye. There is a lot of emotion here. I don't know if it is intentional or not but there is a look of resilience in the right eye and resignation in the left...very compelling.We gotta hook up if you come to America...
Hya Pat, thanks for that. Entirely unintentional. I just push things around till they look right!I'm looking forward to more work of yours coming up soon! Better get cracking, enough of this relaxing stuff!cheers
Hya! Thank you so much for leaving a comment. I appreciate your time and thoughts.