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I think, technically and visually the foreground is beautiful, and the detail is outstanding.
My personal opinion is that the downfall is the background, not to say that it ruins the piece, just that it doesn't quite fit right for me.
On the whole though, i think you have something to be proud of.
I have been assigned to a number of crash sites over the last 30 years and the perspective captured by the artist is frightengly realistic. Wonderful job!
Mmm, Donnie Darko..
Notice the swirl on the jet engine..'point' and if you've seen the movie, it zooms in on that in a quick scene in the beginning...
Donnie Darko, a great movie.
IMO there is no perspective problem. People who say that the engines look to big, I think, forget exactly how big jet engines actually are. People are usually awed by the size of the jet, and forget about the engines unless they stand right up next to one. As it is in the foreground, I think it is fine.
Personally, this is definitely one of the most original pieces I have seen in quite awhile. Not only is it a great art piece, I feel there is a story to it. The only thing I hope is that my shipment of hot chocolate wasn't on that airplane.
It's a interesting team...very realistic!!! I like it!!!
Love it but there is a perspective problem. The engine looks like it's right next to the plane.
Think the people in the background is way to small. Look's like they would be about half as tall as the airplane windows...
The fact you have captured an artistic effect not unlike airbrush work of the 1970's, all I can say is WOW -spine tingles, the Juxtaposition of reality and the alien with emphasis on the minute figures in the distances helps to capture an essence lost in most sci-fi work these days............
Awesome-freaking-cool.Kinda creepy too...Reminds me of Planet of the Apes. Don't know why though...