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Mermaid in the Sky by MrSynnerster Mermaid in the Sky by MrSynnerster

Captain Nelson

The man known as the Prince of the Skies, Captain Nelson along with his crew the New Pirate Generation, are hired to help a mermaid, lost in the desert, return to her home under the sea.

This picture is a loose sequel to my picture Mermaid in the Desert. Mermaid in the Desert by MrSynnerster
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On the right: the edge of the house structure (carried by the airship in the background) is forming a tangent with the navigator’s spyglass (touching so it appears they are physically connected, although that is presumably not your intention). Tangents are something that I have noticed in a few of your pieces over the few months that I’ve Watched you.

The scale is fine (effective), but you need to give that background ship more of its own space both above and to the right of the end of the spyglass.

Also, the lead corsair would look less awkard to me if I could see more of the (left?) rear leg we know he’s centering his weight on. And his pistol might be more impactful if it weren’t obscured behind the ship’s railing. The end of the gun barrel looks like it is protruding from the navigator’s crotch.
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WickedPrince Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017
You put so much effort into your renders, but you are making them so small it's hard to see any details. I know it will mean vastly increasing render times, but I'd suggest doubling your length/width parameters.
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the compliment and the suggestion. I'll try larger render sizes. My final renders are done overnight, so added render time shouldn't be a problem. Do you have any suggestions on how big I should go?
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WickedPrince Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017
I tend to run a bit over-sized at around 4k by 3k, but that lets people - especially people with poor eyesight like me - get in and see details a lot better. :)
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome.  Thanks for the advice.  I'll try that.
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WickedPrince Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017
Sure thing. :)
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WayneKelly Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2017
THIS Is So Bad Ass!!!
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you.
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K-raven Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2017  Professional Traditional Artist
nice scene and composition
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much.
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jmb200960 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017
Noble mission and fine picture.
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much.
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FreyrStrongart Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Hobbyist
ah very nice. An image with a story. They beat the usual babes and boobs trash by a mile. Now I just would like to know how the mergaid got into the desert?
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MrSynnerster Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the compliment.  I have more pictures coming telling the story of the mermaid, so you will find out how she ended up in the desert.
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