in Art Love It midground test for Season's End – omake by Alex Ledante February 9, 2019, 2:15 am 202 Views 9 Votes 21 Comments Share Tweet Pin If you’ve been following my Season’s End effort, then you’ll recall that I want to rework the whole piece. Let’s start with the midground, since it is low impact but will inform both the foreground and background Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 9 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pinapocalypsebonusdystopianhorroromakeskylinetest renderurbanWIPzombies Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 21 Comments Leave a Reply At fist glance the photo reminded me of the Wizard of Oz when the storm was about to hit. Love it! 1 Log in to Reply Tornado weather, eh? Log in to Reply They all seem just right in my opinion. Your work is hard to critique. So I won’t. 1 Log in to Reply you don’t have to if it is too difficult… Log in to Reply Personally, love Baby Bear Render, it makes everything feel like it is in the right place! 1 Log in to Reply that’s just what Goldilocks said! 1 Log in to Reply yes truly, hungry she sought porridge, now in the real world the bears would have eaten her and left the porridge. 1 Log in to Reply Porridge isn’t nutritious, especially not compared to a chubby little girl… 1 Log in to Reply wicked. Not sure what to say after that one. 1 As always, beautiful and interesting … real art 1 Log in to Reply of course it needs a foreground and a background… Log in to Reply You do not miss it … the knowledge certainly does not my friend 1 Log in to Reply I suppose it could be treated as a standalone image Log in to Reply Very interesting photos. 1 Log in to Reply they’re just tests for a piece I am working on, please look forward to the final version… Log in to Reply I like the artwork on this image. 1 Log in to Reply how blatant is my warning? Log in to Reply Loud and clear as a bell. 1 Log in to Reply good to know the message comes across 1 Log in to Reply Nice art work, very interesting. 1 Log in to Reply apparently it also works as a standalone piece… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.