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Nice painting Weatherby but it's not really a village
Thanks Nysta. Its actually kind of an ape-man.
some rough photo studies:
Blindlynx: I like the first one more. Also, the trees are too big.
Seperate the mountain into planes. Consider the lighting. Texture with good rock brushes.
I struggle with communicating material and form with few brushstrokes. Economy of communication.
Buildings are tough for me, as are figures.
It might look good but it took too long to get there in...
People doing master copies lately, I decided to learn from a contemporary artist because this picture is so perfect.
Another photostudy, this one much more difficult. Struggled with many parts, any advice?
Fireblade: sounds fun man.
Blackthorne: Oh dear I hope you are joking...Also, I think dogs are better friends than cats.
Dpaint, but you are constantly around a person.
Some of us don't even have that. That is isolation.
I see pixels. Nice study tho.
Igson, if I could offer some advice don't just study other artists work, look to nature.
I did a 30 minute photo study
This kind of subject is easy.
Study, reference from Transformers 2
I tried to emphasize the robot a little more than the background.
Igson: thanks for stopping by, I will check out that thread.
Marcelloo: Thank you for your support, you are a skilled artist we could all learn from.
Thanks a lot for using your first post...
Thanks Buxu. I will drop in if I ever do any proper studies.
If I could crit your last image; the middle portion is well done but the clouds could use some development based on reference study....
So is this supposed to be an interior or an exterior?
Thanks Mr Vulgar, I will try.
Impressive output and costuming. You tend to mix soft, almost graphite-like brushes with those very digital brushes.
Generally I prefer the paintings you create with more linear and sharp kinds of...
Looking for an update. Use reference for your paintings the same way for your drawings.
what, no updates?
High altitude sensor platform with anti-grav lift.