I don't know what this is for, so I don't know if my suggestions would be helpful. But maybe raising the ceiling alittle? it feels alittle low...or maybe coming in alittle closer. It's a very large kitchen! It's very good though! Certainly better than I can do. The floor looks like it has been waxed about 5 times. :)
Can't...stop...looking...at...the...floor! soooooo shiny! haha, great work!
I must say Brandon. You certainly have a way with colors. Every one of your paintings has great atmosphere and life in them. A great agglomeration of studies.
R those granite floors?? So pretty!!!! :)
Very nice work as usual Brandon! If I may make a couple suggestions...in the 1st place..some of the kitchen objects seem to be going off to more than 1 vanishing point and tying those down will make this drawing that much stronger. Secondly, the reflection on the floor (which looks beautiful, by the way) appears to have been flipped 180 degrees in Photoshop from the original image. In reality, the reflection would be in a different perspective than the original image..we would be seeing more of the underside of everything (for example we wouldn't see the top of that stove) and the kitchen lights would definitely be reflected. Other than that, your tones look great and your draftsmanship/attention to detail is excellent as usual. Take care and keep it up! :D
Nice tonal study Bradon....good lighting and feel. Keep up the good work.-phil
It would probably be better if I lived in it. That's one rockin apartment kitchen!
Thanks ya'll for your impute, I'll be posting up the newest version in a bit which looks nothing like what I have here. Thank you all for stopping by :)
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