I'm a huge fan of Dota 2, though I don't get to play it much more now days because of focusing on my portfolio. It's a pretty time consuming game and whatnot but I felt like I wanted to honor it a bit with some fan art. I think it turned out incredibly well as I learned a lot in regards to picking colors for a painting. Most specifically I read the book Color and Light by James Gurney. It listed an issue called, "The Green Problem" stating that paintings primarily with the color green tend to end up a bit boring to an extent (I'm majorly paraphrasing, it goes far more into detail than I can). So while working on this I ended up plopping in a bunch more colors than simply "green" and it turned out fantastic. A good comparison would be to look at this image compared to one of my previous forest paintings to see how exactly adding more color to a painting that's primarily green brings it a bit more to life.