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This time I have another Ancient Kaiju Piece, this work is based on an Ivan Shishkin painting from 1891 called "Rain in an Oak Forest".
Since everyone is doing the Tardis, I decided to go another way with this piece - which does not mean I will never do the Tardis, but I just wanted to put out a statement along with this ;)
In the following I show you what I have found in terms of composition. If you want to get a better grasp about composition I recommend that you get my ebook about that matter: https://gumroad.com/fantasio
In the original painting from around 1891 I found some circular enclosures - a lot to say the least.
These enclosures ensure that you - the viewer - stay in the painting.
If you go the route you will also find an infinity symbol ∞ which adds to the Dr. Who theme.
The gamut of direction is visible in the tree, the comparison shows how I add to the same gamut directions of the original painting.