Nice artwork, but I believe something's desperately wrong about that Kfir's proportions...
I think the issue is that the Kfir's "telephoto-ed." There's very little parallax distortion (although there's foreshortening) and if the apparent distance is not great enough, it seems too small in front, too big at rear. The smaller you view the picture, the more normal it will look. I've seen some of Mr. Uhr's works that have lots of parallax, to dramatic effect!
Thanks Ian for the tip and comment. Certainly It'll give me parameter for the next projects and turn me more alert to these problems.
Only today I saw your post.
Soon I'll post some new works I did.
By the way Ian, is it good or not to have "lots of parallax, to dramatic effect!" ?
Sorry, Daniel--I only saw YOUR post just now. Can you have too much parallax distortion? Maybe it's partly a matter of personal taste. I seem to have a high tolerance for sleek aircraft getting in my face. I like all your work, though, whatever the degree of "immediacy."
Thank you once more for the comment.
I'm glad to know that you like my work.
I know that this kind of style that I adopted is not largely appreciated.
It gives, sometimes, too much impact/dramaticity and people (in general) tend to choose less dramatic (at least, that what it seems to me)
I, as can be seen in my latest works , prefer it under a impressive look. Reflect of my experience in the aeronautical area and my perception of the aircrafts.
As you said - it's a matter of personal taste.
Thank you once more (Btw, apologise me for the delay in answering you)
P.S. Whenever you or any one else wants to do a comment about my work, feel free to do it. They are always welcome, since it is grounded and contributes to the growth.