This time guys I wanted to do something different. Something less black and fiery runed. Something that wasn't repeated over various weeks.
This started out as an attempt to digital paint a desert background but It didn't go so well so i went simple and made the scene a thick dust storm and tried to have the sun behind her with a faint halo.
The shadow effect I did turned out better than i expected. I also looked around for a cracked dry muddy image to give that feeling of she is walking down a road or path during the sandstorm in the Stinging Winds. The Act 2 area in the D3 Demo.
When it was all said and done I wanted something nice, clean and simple, and the end result is what you see in my 4th untitled series wallpaper.
I hope you guys like it as much as I do.
Witch Doctor Art (C) Blizzard
Diablo 3 (C) Blizzard
Image compiled and arranged and finished in Corel Photopaint 8 with Eyecandy 4000
Here's my small critique of it (though I don't want to sound like a prat), I liked the fact that as a wallpaper it works very well because it draws attention to the only item on the screen (the witch doctor) without having too much detail in it to make you have to stare at it to get the whole picture.
It's nice and simple, the borders are just what I like in a background because your icons and shortcuts don't obscure anything and it's a nice shade of yellow that's soft on the eyes and doesn't blend with your icons either (or the icon font colour, though that's pretty close admittedly)
Unfortunately, no, it's not my new wallpaper though, the one I have is darker and I'm used to it
I can't critique as an actual artwork other than it's pleasing to the eye and I definitely like it.
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