The next in the series: “Waterfall”. 
Hmm, I tried for something different here but I don’t think I succeeded. I was leafing through some of the backgrounds that inspire me most yesterday and I noticed that the majority of them were quite stylised and had a lot of bold colours / lines, less “super soft brush blending, yeeaaaahhh”, varied palettes and were pretty heavy on the saturation. I tried to get that going here. I don’t think I did it particularly well, but in contrast to the other two I’ve done so far, I think it’s a step in the right direction. So, here you go. And before you ask, no. Mystic standing stones never get old. 

The next in the series: “Waterfall”. 

Hmm, I tried for something different here but I don’t think I succeeded. I was leafing through some of the backgrounds that inspire me most yesterday and I noticed that the majority of them were quite stylised and had a lot of bold colours / lines, less “super soft brush blending, yeeaaaahhh”, varied palettes and were pretty heavy on the saturation. I tried to get that going here. I don’t think I did it particularly well, but in contrast to the other two I’ve done so far, I think it’s a step in the right direction. 

So, here you go. And before you ask, no. Mystic standing stones never get old. 

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