So here is the finished artwork, hope you like it!
I have decided to go without the two horsemen because I wanted the artwork to be emptier and put focused on the complete silence of the moment when this creeping creature actually takes shape out of the dense fog just to vanish into it moments later without making any sound.
The Art of Sally Gottschalk
Really well done!
This work is really stunning, the phantom fog captured the eerie dynamic which totally nailed it!
The background is really lovely! It really supports to the eerie approach of the fog!
I can't find any other ways to improve it simply because I can't really notice much mistakes at all.
Really well done!
Either way just YES. In the words of Drew Carey during WLIIA: "More, more, more!"
Our bathroom is covered in tiles so you can´t hang anything there but we have a pretty long corridor, I use it to hang up all the artworks I have to print for university. Though I´m not sure my housemates enjoy bird concept art as much as I do I also love blueish cyan. The color although it is actually quite saturated is so well to combine with all sorts of other strong or pastel colors. I hope it will live up to your expectation and I will keep on creating more artworks!
Anyway, thank you very much for the critic, I always like to hear some honest feedback!
Even though there's only one color in many tones I feel like this is really well done. Love how defined the dragon's face is and the rest is almost like just a feel. Like it's a sort of ghost asian dragon but the environment is even more ghostly than itself.
I love it. Seriously. One of your best in my opinion
It has definite presence and blends with the setting, becoming part of it.
It's believable, which gives it substance.
I agree with your conclusion on the horsemen and keeping the image uncluttered.
It's tempting often to add something, then perhaps something else, a little bit more.
However it distracts from the impact, obscuring your original intent.
I prefer to go with instinct, stick to what you first intended, then know when to stop.
It creates a more powerful impression.