Amazing; if it wasn't for that central column of quasi-sepia tone in the background, when looking at this from a distance, I'd have thought that it was a photograph. The foreground at the bottom is really impressive, especially with the brilliant use of perspective you have going on here as you let the viewer peer down the street.
Hello, I would like to feature your great image on my visual arts blog on Amazing Stories - [link] - credited and with a link back to the image on DA, of course! The blog is scheduled for Wednesday, 17 August - you'll be able to find it by following the link above. Please let me know if this is NOT ok with you! Thanks, and keep up the good work!
The composition is spot on with this painting my eye moves down the wires falling into the atmosphere and then the road brings me back up the the foreground motorcycle, and the faces of the crowd. This painting breathes life. I will be studying this painting for a while because it is images like this that make me love being an artist. Outstanding job.
You've got wonderfull skills, and the work is awesome but I have to admit, that personally I prefer my beloved Bombay in a way it is - with colonial Colaba, traces of Shantaram on the streets, colours, sounds, around. Maximum city. Futuristic landscapes do not smell, metal and glass do not fit it