Your very talented. I'm impressed by point your point of view shots and interesting concepts. Every picture you create defies the laws of perspective and yet the viewer can't quite figure out what's wrong because it looks flawless.
I was curious if you have any tips for an aspiring artist such as myself, who is trying to develop an interesting perspective on the world. I realize my DA portfolio isn't much, but do you have any general advice.
Trying by learning has worked very well for me I think, make sketches of every good idea you come up with. Let them rest for a while and if you still think that it's a good idea a few days later it may be worth trying out.
That's a great idea. It makes sense that the best ideas our there are carefully thought out and examined. I will definitely give your suggestion a try. First, I have to start writing them down, because one moment their in my head and the next, I can't remember my idea.
Just so you know, your one of my favorite Photo-Manipulation artists on DA. So, thank you so much for the great advice. And keep up the amazing work! Your work is refreshing and thought-provoking and I just love it! Great job!
wonderful. since you asked for proposals for improvement, i'd advice you to make the end of the fence as if a car rand through it or something like that, as if something passed through it in high speed and crashed somewhere under the bridge (and that might turn out to be what the upper guy's looking at ); it would add dynamics and a deeper story to the picture. also, maybe you need to work a bit more on the perspective, it seems off in some places.
but overall, good work, what you're doing - not just this picture, all of them - is quite hard and you're doing quite good!