buildings?

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  1. john3eblover

    john3eblover TPF Noob!

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    didnt know what to title this one.

    these aren't anything special, but they turned out allright, and i wanted to get some other opinions on them - how they look, if you like them, etc. thanks

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    john3eblover TPF Noob!

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    come on guys...
     
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    I definitely like the second one. The top one is a little busy for me, with the tiny windows and no real point of focus. The second one has a much stronger composition. You might have someone say the building on the right appears to be leaning, but this doesn't bother me. It makes a nice near-abstract, composition wise, and the strong blue and white is attractive. :thumbup:
     
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    thanks Terri :)
     
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    I like the first one, but it is a little busy, and it doesn't really give anything to focus on (like terri said), but I still like it a lot for some reason.
     
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    I like the second one, the white, then blue, then white, one building on an angle, one head on...
     
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    The second one does it for me too, it's almost like the buildings are palying peek-a-boo :)
    I would, however, do perspective correct (I know PS CS2 has it, but I don't know about any of the others)
     

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