I don't get the combination of images, colors, and textures. I agree with Adam on the "less is more." Plus, I think you need to study composition. I like your ideas in a few of them, some are kind of cliched but we all do those, sometimes with tongue in cheek, sometimes not. It is very hard for the eye to settle on a focal point or the brain to sort out the ideas. I respect the work you're putting into it and I can see you love what you're doing. I don't know your age, how long you've been an artist, and so forth, so it is hard to judge some things. Very few artists have native talent which does not either require or improve with education. I would recommend design and art history studies. Please don't take offense. I think most of us have been there.
Not at all. Thank you all kindly for the criticism. I've been doing graphics well stared dabbling in it since may of this year and I am a high-school student. Thanks again I hope to glean a lot from this forum.
You are certainly welcome. As you surf around the threads, you will see posts like, "you are getting so much better, "your technique has improved a lot," and so on. That's what we're all here for, to learn, improve, share, and have fun. Thanks for taking our opinions with such a good spirit!
Nice start to a problem you will never be rid of now - PHOTOSHOP - it's the best and the worst thing out there, it's your mate when it comes together, it's your worst enemy when it all goes up the swannie...
One rule really - Photoshop is the boss, we are all her students - study hard and above all enjoy.
Like some one mentioned before, you need to work on your typograpghy and blending the text on other surfaces, like ice in your case. And some of the work backgrounds or elements are out of proportions, oh and try to find some color combinations in google, you need to work on colors too.