The name is Italian and it means breathtaking. I loves google translate... Anyway, this is just a little something to see how I do in landscape. This is kinda the size of a midnette. It isn't that great, and it definitely isn't my best build, but eet ees otay. Please give me comments on my water, I think it needs work. Constructive criticism is welcome.
About this creation
Ahh, I wonder what this would look like in real life. I got this inspiration from the St. Louis arc thing, and I decided to make one too. Of course, mine isn't anywhere near the St. Louis arc in size or awesomeness, but it still looks okay.
A close-up of the walkway where civilians walk up to get a closer look of the massive arc. That black dot represents a crowd of people, about 20. And there is a little lighthouse in the left corner of the picture as well. Now that I think about it, I should have added some prettier colors to it...
Another view. At first I was afraid I wouldn't know how to connect it at the top, so it was a good thing I looked at this.
This is the rear view of the Arc of Mozzafiato. That is a fun name to say, I should learn Italian after I master Espaneol.
Feel free to comment on any of my creations. Constructive criticism is most welcome. =D
Wow, this is really well made and quite beautiful. I don't think it needs any more colour. I love the saying less is more and in this case it really stands true. It is a lovely piece with just that hint of blue running through it and any more colour would be distracting.