Illustration Der Tiger und die Gazelle

KrissFizz - Der Tiger und die Gazelle


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KrissFizz      Half-time artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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KrissFizz - 07.09.10 09:21
Danke für den Hinweis.. wenn ich es umgesetzt habe lade ich das Ergebnis hoch.
Kringe - 07.09.10 09:05
Sehr schöner Ausdruck!

Die Konturen der Blätter hätte ich noch etwas stärker gemacht. Es sieht so aus, als ob der Tiger ausgeschnitten vor dem Blattwerk schwebt, statt darin zu hocken.
Vielleicht würde sich die eine oder andere bunte Dschungelblüte als Akzent auch ganz gut machen. So ist die grüne Vegetation nur auf eintöniges Hintergrundgrün reduziert.

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