Oh man this is really cool, whenever you use stippling the result is really beautiful! I hope you use it more in the future!
Season, you're crazy for making a bajillion dots, that would take forever, but it looks so amazing! The colors are really nicely chunked. It took me a minute to understand what was happening past the castle/hill area. Maybe making that horizon line a bit darker or making the setting/rising sun a bit more yellowy orange would help push your idea across.
This is totally sweet. way to go. I love that you used pointillism! It is easy to understand. I like the colors you used it lightens up the image.It would be great the see it zoomed in a bit so I can see the people better.
You have a very distinct style in your work. I love the subtlety of your colors and the very flat renderings of your scene. Good
I really like how this looks with the dotted effect. Really unique!The story is a bit hard for me to understand. I'd zoom in on the scene and characters because I'd like to understand the relationship between the characters more
Hi Season! This is a really cool technique and i love the colors you're using! I think that the horizon line in the background, where the mountains are, add a lot to the piece. It makes the castle/lighthouse/ house look really large, since it's so far back there. It also looks like it's up on a hill. Is it a lighthouse? I don't exactly know the story because you didn't write it on here, but if I were to guess, it seems that these people are freaking out because their friend is in the lake, and then lighthouse spots him and shines a light on him, but that makes the monster show up! One thing that I think would be really good is if you moved the positions of the people a little between scenes - so it looks like they're reacting to shat they see! Maybe they could run up alongsifde the lake to see if they could help? Maybe the guy in the water could also move a little - like act as if he was trying to swim away? Of course, all of this is based on what I think the story is, so if I'm not right, maybe you could find another way to move them around so that you could see the time pass. Because they probably wouldn't just stay in one place and not move if it was real life! I do love how you stylized this. You should definitely continue to work like this. it's unique and interesting, and beautiful. I think this landscape is great! I hope you had a good time this semester! youre so funny! It has been awesome having class with you! You always have the best stories!! I hope you have a fun time in Maryland!! Bring me back a postcard!! Have fun!!