You can definitely! Though perhaps you could work on the water structures a bit to make the flow feel more organic. If I look at the water closely it's hard for me to decide whether those are icicles or actual streaming water. Sorry for nitpicking, don't mean to be an asshole. Just giving my two cents.
RazzputenFeatured By OwnerMar 27, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
The lighting turned out well, coming from the back and exposing the mist from the falls and rapids. You know, the longer I look at it the more I can start to c, its like when you turn of the lights and you slowly can see where things are, this is after looking at if for a bit
man i do 1 painting a day, but i've ordered a book and i fucking wish i had it before, there are some things you can learn a lot faster with good informations, if learning without practicing is stupid, practicing without learning is exactly the same
More so, I can feel the mists of the rapids beneath my water logged cloak and the mournful hum of the lark in the dense forest that lay before my path. I can smell the rotting bark and wet moss, and I can feel the stone, slick with algae, beneath my old tattered boots.