EASEL OF David Tenorio
I am open to critique
I WOULD LIKE HELP WITH
I am open to all forms of critique, but I am specifically interested in pushing my lighting and storytelling. I would like to know how to make the lighting more dramatic and engaging. I also want to know if any of the narrative comes through in this piece (who the ravens represent.) My favorite type of critique is hearing about the choices YOU would make given the situation, thanks for reviewing it–
First off I have to admit I cheated and went to your Artstation page and found your description of this Illustration.
I really like this, it has the feel of three guys charged with looking after the babies.
The only thing I noticed is the one raven looking up doesn’t have a curved beak like the others, but I think that is nit picking. I would have put more texture on the bird wings, maybe showing slightly the the way the feathers are arranged on the wing closest to the viewer.
Really helpful advice, thanks so much for checking it out, especially love the thought about the wing texture–
Its engaging imagery although I’m not sure a clear “story” comes through. I’d like to see just a little more serration between the nest and the enclosing wing. Perhaps bring a little more of the green light into those elements. You might also push the values a little more on the eggs so that they pop a little more as a center of interest.