Another piece of art brought to you by the weekly poll on Patreon even though it was a tie with Maria Panfilova until I cast my vote into to ring to break it up :D!
Dominique and I actually went to school together and has been doing an amazing job on the Environment Art.
We never talked that much before though, and that is mostly my mistake too, I wasn't the social kind when I was in Uni.
But anyways, I love this piece for being a good benchmark of what is possible if you really focus on a small piece of your canvas, this meaning that with he time constraints of the Artstation challenge you want to reduce the risk as much as you can so you can really make the best of your time.
Dominique does this by focusing all your attention to the front of the train with a nice bit of light and some smaller storytelling elements that really nicely pull the eye into that spot.
I love the subtle elements in the back too, where you can still point out and read the shapes but it isn't pulling you in too much.
So thanks for Inspiring me Dominique and keep pushing your work out there!
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