This is my first large scale piece. It took me some 8+ hours spanning over 3 days (I was busy with work and other things, so I could never put in too much time at once). Though, I was never sure where I was going to go with this, and my lack of experience may explain for the large amount of time consumed. Its 38 layers of almost entirely brushwork, of which the majority was for abstract lighting. Although there is no replacement for hours of airbrushing, I also used several of my own abstract lighting brushes. A brushpack containing these will be posted soon (today or tomorrow). I don't currently have a 3d program, so mad props go to thedobofdob for the 3d render [link]
Elora is a greek name meaning light. I thought it was a fitting choice for this as I spent the vast majority of my time creating abstract light.
Unfortunately for me, I'm very new here, and am currently being watched by no one. I wanted to get a good piece posted up early that will hopefully be liked, however I am not sure if anyone here will even see it
So, if you like this, I enocourage you to keep an eye out for further works of mine, and resource items which I plan to post (see my first journal).
I think its a very good piece, but thats up for everyone else to decide. If anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them, as I'm used to working on much smaller things (like sigs). Or if you just like it a
would be great