The texture is really interesting. If you messed with the opacity of various stuff you could make it blend a bit more maybe. That orange thing in the top corner is a bit distracting because it's the most saturated color. I like the glow, it makes it feel very witch's brew-ish.
I really like your use of clip masked textures in this work it really makes the whole thing feel a lot more cohesive. Overall its a pretty sweet concept I like the use of movement across the composition with the pouring water effect. The use of color is really strong especially with the gradient used along with the glow?? or maybe it's just the glow itself either way it turned out really well!
Your composition is really interesting and I like the way that the cauldrons each relate to a witch. I think that that relationship could be strengthened by paying more attention to the colors you are using and how those direct you around the page.Your glow effect brightens the whole image and makes it seem more magical and cheerier, but the textured background kind of counteracts that.. So I'm not positive what mood you were going for? Maybe making it a colored texture rather than grey could help.But I like how you interpreted the assignment, and, as always, the weird way you draw characters :]
I like the experimenting with the overlay of textures in this. The scratchy line work over the entire piece is new and different. Also the textures used on the pots. Not sure i read the orange object in the top right hand corner. Maybe its smoke?? I see the glow really working with top read character but would like to see it follow threw on blue and green witch as well. Overall fun and color piece good job!
I really like the texture you used and your witches are well designed fun characters! I love them! Like the person said above, I am also wondering what the orange thing is in the upper right corner. I see saggy tits or a saggy ass. But my mind is probably just in the gutter.....I hope that made you laugh.
haha, yes it did make me laugh.FOR the record, that orange shape up in the corner is supposed to be fire.
I think the texture you use is very interesting, and I like your composition. I also think your use of the glow makes a lot of sense. The only thing that's bothering me is that the red outline of the witch in the top left corner doesn't seem to be affected by the glow even though all the other outlines are. It's a little distracting because it causes that witch to really jut out of the composition.
+ I love the idea of this piece and think you have done a great job zooming in on the characters and their brew. It makes it feel really more intense of an image. I like the characterization of your witches as well. It could be really cool to see their facial features interacting a little more - like maybe exchanging knowing glances? Or maybe a couple differences in the mood of each one to fit with their color?I love the addition of textures as well - they feel really gritty!The glow works really well here, which is a really cool addition. Magical!-: I think that you could play with the color of the blue witch a little - she seems to sink into the background just a little bit, - could might be able to add a couple more textures into the linework, possibly? Maybe roughening it up a little if you'd like? I think that the bkgrd texture is really neat, so what might you be able to add so that the faces pop out a little more?