This is absolutely -lovely-. I did do a comparison like you mentioned, and this one seems...I dunno, I'm not the best person to analyze since I never really -learned- any of this, but for lack of a better word it...glows. It's the world through the soft lens of a camera, just at the best golden hours of maybe 4pm or late afternoon. I almost said 'early morning' but there's something almost jewel-like about the texture and ambience that's more afternoonish.(Yeah, I love it. All that just to say, I think it's gorgeous and I adore it to bits!)--Shuku(Augh Blogger ate my account or it won't let me log on in Beta, grrr)
breath-taking! i have no idea how you do this! so good
Thanks youz guyz!
Hey Marcelo,This is just a test to see if my message goes through. I haven't been able to comment on your blog lately, it won't let me:(Hans
Well, it looks like it works now:)I love when you post these pieces! The light and atmosphere in this one is amazing. Also the textures are really really nice. The glass looks like glass, porcelain like porcelain and so on. It's stuff like this that motivates me to really draw and keep pushing myself. Thanks for sharing.Take care,Hans
Hans,I switched to that Beta Blogger thing, and my blog has picked up some weird happenings. Remember a few posts back my images wouldn't load? Go figure.I'm glad that things are working now.
The lighting work in this background is great... What a wonderful film, "Lilo & Stich" ... and what a wonderful artists it had from the beggining.So, Marcelo, I would like to wish a merry x-mas and a wonderful 2007, too.Best!Toni
yes... great work.. sweetie :) heheI add u to my Favorites :D..
Beautiful background design Marcelo, wow!
So quaint and relateable. The angle you chose helps support it all too. I love it. Happy Holidays
Terrific. Great depth and warmth! Your artistic power is mighty!!
Thanks again everybody.Shane, you are very perceptive. I chose this angle because Lilo is a little four year old girl. As I explored her little Hawaiian town, I tried to picture it from her point of view. Hence, Lilo walking through a culvert when she crossed the street in an earlier posting, and this low angle point of view for this posting.Part of designing a scene or a set, is to imagine it from the story point of view. I ask myself, whose scene is it? What is the mood? What do I want to say with my drawing? How will it reinforce the story or the characters?I hope all of you have a wonderful holiday. Here at the Vignali household, we're looking forward to Christmas and the New Year.
Marcelo, lovely illustration from one of my favourite Disney movies (a company who sadly seem to have lost the plot in recent years compared to their heyday). Bravo, sir! Have a great holidays!C
this is awesome. really love the feel to this piece. great job man. have a good holiday season!
A fabulous piccy !!!
this is AMAZING. Wow.
I miss vellum and prisma - this makes me want to get back into it . Beautiful rendering and a beautiful effect . Happy new year man .
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