in Art Love It Thar she blows – WIP by Alex Ledante August 30, 2018, 2:43 am 377 Views 14 Votes 25 Comments Share Tweet Pin If this looks slightly familiar to you, that is most likely because it is the base image for this month’s Virily banner. However, I have two different versions of the piece; each has their own merits and flaws… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 14 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet PinbuccaneerexoticfanservicefantasyharpoonpiratesexyskylineswashbucklerWIP Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 25 Comments Leave a Reply Hello, interesting post, it impresses me. if you are interested https://virily.com/other/hello-all-members-on-virily/ 1 Log in to Reply assuming you have stock in Xerox Log in to Reply If I say right, I do not see any difference – both are beautiful pictures 1 Log in to Reply If you’d be happy with either way, you won’t be let down… Log in to Reply They bring dramatics into the picture.. 1 Log in to Reply if they didn’t, I wouldn’t use them Log in to Reply I like both of them, but I would opt for the first background 1 Log in to Reply Now she set the sky on fire Log in to Reply I prefer the second background. hey are both great, but the second one is more the salty reality of a storm at sea! 1 Log in to Reply Thou art well spoken, sir! 1 Log in to Reply I thank you sir for seeing more in what I said than was there! 1 Log in to Reply you have a lovely turn of phrase Log in to Reply Both are nice, but I like the stormy one. Great job on the hands! 1 Log in to Reply I have some alternates you might also enjoy Log in to Reply Always enjoy your art, Alex. 1 Log in to Reply you are far too kind to an old pixel pusher 1 Log in to Reply You will be much older when you get back from Utah. 1 The darker background in image 2 is better since it looks like a storm is brewing. 1 Log in to Reply There be a storm upon the horizon, yar! Log in to Reply Oh yes a storm that is coming means the darkness in the story is about to take place. 1 Log in to Reply an excellent time for a portrait 1 Log in to Reply I like them both, but, the darker one sets the mood better, 1 Log in to Reply Darkness is never far from me Log in to Reply Amazing how the background makes such a profound difference. 1 Log in to Reply But once you know that, you will see the wisdom of having the figure and ground on separate layers… 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.