They say those who draw, or whatever, r still needed, cuz photography cant solve the problem of capturing the thing, that doesnt exist. So in essence whatever is drawn, or painted is unrealistic. But we all know there r different qualities or lvls of unrealism. Like theres surrealism, which is a well done mess, theres just an approach of representing sth, that wasnt yet captured faithfully with recording media and theres this "artists randition of", where it can eother stick to whats real and illustrate a speculation, or put on "paper" what the artist thinks is right. Problem is u spent time on drawing, not on science, so everything u draw is utterly impossible, on top of generally looking pleasant and being well-done.
Supposedly the character is on a planet similar to Earth, cuz i dont see any distinctive breathing apparatus. There r clouds, sky has a color and some such.
The character walks on the very edge of a dune and only leaves footsteps in the sand. Theres a gigantic flash causing lens artefact, but somehow not bright enough to illuminate shadows cast from the other side. The other, main light source makes a day there, but u can see stars in the sky. Its a painting, but u felt the need to include this horrible digital artefact of a camera. U r greatly equipped to NOT DRAW THE ERROR OF THE MEDIUM and any1 who likes lens flares is an idiot.
Giand piece of technology, with a large bit broken off, didnt just snap and fell and its not cuz the gravity is low, cuz footprints show the length of a step.
And theres this giant halo, that goes in front and behind the structure, but what is it? Its not a lens flare, cuz its not circular on the image - its elliptic. And its uniform - the same thickness of a line on the entire picture, so its not a structure within the world.
It sticks to your style, so i take it u dont want to experiment, but then again, theres only so far u can go outside of being u with your muscle practice and such. I dont know how much u can do to make your pictures not look like color pencil drawing.
For any1, who sees such details, it can be distracting to enjoy the piece