Monday, January 12, 2009

A story frame for "Sea of Tranquility"




One is more "realistic" while the other is more pushed in terms of color. Which one do you guys like?

13 comments:

Kelvin Chu said...
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Kelvin Chu said...

I prefer the realistic one myself. It does have the stylized feel and yet realistic color.

my 2 cents
~Kelvin

enb said...

hey good one eman- Probably pretty subjective, but for me it depends on what story youre trying to tell- if its from the childs perspective, then the one that has her in the foreground is the better- but if its like a story from the perspective of a hypothetical spider in the wall- then the one with the child with the soft edges and in the light is the better one. Im sure you could debate the contrary- Fantastic colors though my man! Keep up the great work!!!

Wonman kim said...

I like more realistic one.
It's lighting and color is fantastic.

Alina Chau said...

Stunning!

carguin said...

I linked you to my blog, hope you don't mind, and, you already know which one I like better, but then, I know which you like too... hmmm, dilemma :)

P.MElvira said...

Esta de puta de madre! O.O!! I love your works ^^All your works are spectacular (I don´t speak English sorry >,<)...Sigue asi ^^ un besazo desde EspaƱa

enb said...

i feel like this image looks different than it did 5 months ago when I commented on it.

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Stuart Kim said...

I like the realistic version. The lighting is superb!

kayla said...

I like the first one. :)

che said...

The top one (more saturated) is my personal favorite in terms of pure aesthetics, however, the softer, less constrasty, less saturated one resonates with the title "sea of tranquility" and indeed appears more tranquil.

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