This setting is very realistic, but the sheds look bright red on my montor almost glowing - I don't know if that was intentsional, but here in the UK sheds are brown/grey under a grey sky and the leaves on trees are less green. Mayby that is just geographical predudice, but to my jaded English eyes, it all looks a bit too colourful. The details are fantastic - as usual.
Join Date: 05.26.2004 Comments: 4478
David was faster then I. Exactly what I thought, too. Everything is perfectly cool, up to the paraphernalia seen through the door and the path between the barns. It's only the colour of the wood that seems wrong to me. Weathered wood is usually grey. If it were painted red, the vein could not be seen. The rust on the roof is great (Davids?). I don't go with David concerning the green of the leaves (no great surprise). I like it that way and think it looks natural enough with the sky. There was probably some rain an hour ago, or so.
Join Date: 05.07.2004 Comments: 242
Nice realism, exept for the shed. I have to concur with David and Horo on the redness of the shed, in the Americas we too have many grey skies and sheds.
Join Date: 01.23.2006 Comments: 80
Looks very good. And I have to agree with the red of the wood. Even red wood pales with age. Try making it a bit less red and add grey and see how that looks. I work with wood and know colors change with age. Some get a lot darker while others fade in color.