Impressing details, but I think that at some places his piece should be less detailed and maybe blurred or darkened, as it has lost its depth and space. Although everthing is shaded it looks sort of flat... It's impossible to concentrate on one element as everything around distracts. Although this work must have taken you a lot of time and work and the perspective is nice, it might have been better.
Well maybe sometimes it's style, but more often is just lack of knowledge. I think this time it's the second reason. I'm not blaming anyone, I just know, that I used to make similar mistakes, and today I know, that they are mistakes, and back then I didn't. I still like adding a lot of details in my works, but not too much in order not to disturb the whole. Here the image is flat not monumental, as it probably should be considering what is drawn here. [link] look here. I know this style is totally different, but you can see that although it has similar perspective as logosles' work, the author created space here. In order to create it, you need to give up tons of details everywhere sometimes. The same does Beksiński [link] Simple as that.
I knew what you meant with your earlier critique but I still disagree mainly because, as you put it too, the styles are entirely different. The way logosles paints has a bit more of a cel-shading aspect to it ontop of her lineart, while the drawings you just showed me are pure paintings using brushstrokes, which is why I think it's done on purpose. It's supposed to have a flat feel, because it's part of a style that is pretty flat.
This is absolutely nuts! However I'm having some trouble distinguishing the big guy from the background, maybe popping his silhouette more with a darker background might help. Just a suggestion, it's still AWESOME
SO GREAT! SO DETAILED! SO AMAZING AND BEAUTIFUL! I really like this one! it must have taken you a lot of time and effort to do, but it's totally worth it! The giant is incredible! The amount of details, colours, shading and lights are just perfect and the girl in the cliff makes a great contrast to the image! I have no more words to describe it but I'm sure there may be. Amazing work! Keep it!