Amazing... this is incredibly dream-like and ethereal~ I absolutely love your rays of sunshine peeking in through the pines, and nothing I can say could adequately express the emotions I feel which those blossoms elicit.
Ok so this looks great but in my opinion I sort of feel like the way perspective and stuff works the stuff closer to us should be darker and farther away lighter--wich you did except for the trees....Because they are so dark the viewers eyes get pulled there and then kinda wanders around the page, if the trees were darker our view would go up which I think would work a bit better. Also the mountains could be a little more defined, like more shadows to make them more shapely <3 keep it up though it looks osm
A fitting title. You have captured different scenery: a mountain view, a forest, a flower field, and the setting sun - all breathtaking and one to behold if you were to put them into their own separate art pieces. I like how you explored with different colors, yet organized them into warm and cool. The mountains to set the chilly mountain breeze, the sun to compliment with its warm rays, and the forest and flower fields to set as their median, filling with both the colors that the sun and the mountains represent.
Thank you for the detailed comment. I'm very glad this turned out balanced, because honestly, I was unaware of myself doing so. This was yet again a spontaneous painting where I had a blurry image of what I wanted to paint, and it constantly changed as I went. I was quite happy with the result. The flowers were actually a last minute touch because I felt it needed something more.
You are welcome. It is always fun to draw on a whim. It leaves the hassle of planning in favor of spontaneity, where the trepidation for the final output is mixed with excitement. I remember a fellow artist once told me something like this, that one has to just do art as they please. It does not need to be planned or thought; just do. Your work has shown that art can be done spontaneously and still look majestic.
Indeed. It is the same reason I enjoy art as a hobby as well. As a hobbyist, we are not bound by the rules that art students or professional artists follow. We may choose to adhere to the rules, do everything by the book, or we rebel and create our own rules, see what works for us or not. What we choose may not be accepted by everyone; but hey, at least we enjoyed what we did, right?
It was more of a sense of sentimentality, rather than ingenuity, that I did not dispose my past designs. I often have difficulty disposing my works, for who would have the courage to destroy something that they poured their very souls in? So I kept them archived in my computer, waiting for the day that I might pull it out and reminisce good times… or use them as a portfolio like what happened, haha.