"Conflict of Interests"
A style I term "coming right at you". To exaggerate the
foreshortening of a portrayed image would enhance the coming right at you
style even more. But that is not always an easy thing to do when composing
from one's imagination. Comic book artists are masters at foreshortening. Then there is also the nagging thought that most
extreme foreshortening does not lend itself well to fine art. Even though
there is always something in a representational painting that is usually
foreshortened. Salvador Dali's "Christ of Saint John of the
Cross" is a masterful example of foreshortening in a fine art piece.
For the area in the detail image below I studied one of
my dogs drooling.
This piece with a castle, a dragon and
a warrior could only be fantasy art.
Oil - 20" x 14"
See detail below.