I live near an airport and think the motif of a plane taking off is so evocative.
First time trying dithering in a while! Really happy with how it came out.
I used exactly half of the Arne-32 palette~
Every part of this image offers something to learn for someone like me. Thank you for sharing.
It's interesting to see both the 'criss-crossing pixels' form of dithering here, in the clouds and foliage, alongside the 'horizontal lines' form of dithering. I like the spread of colour from purple-blue through to green to orange-red, and the almost olive-like trees in the background at the bottom of the picture. I really like the shape of the utility poles, with the horizontal lines being 1-pixel tall against the vertical lines being 2-pixel - it resonates with me like inked illustrations that have that dynamic lineweight to them.
The foliage has a fun combination of dark greens and brown, though I don't know how well the clusters of lightest green work on it without some gradation between them and the other colours - it feels like there are two sheets of art stacked together, rather than lighting passing over/through trees. I also don't know how well the dithering of pale red and pale blue on the far left side of the picture works, but you seem to be caught in a tough position trying to show the blending of two hues, so it's understandable.
Nice leaf clusters, good job keeping the dither clean
Wow, I like the style a lot. The dithering works great; it gives it a fabric-like texture.
Interesing use of dithering and, as other comments have stated, very nice mood and colors
This really does have a nice mood. I really like the way the colours are used in the sky.
Very nice colors and mood.