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1996720New work, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or projects.
Updated with 6 new pieces.
I'll update with new pieces this week, looking for new projects to start. Please contact me at email@example.com
My name is Jeff Brown. I am a freelance illustrator and concept artist focusing on environments. I have been in the industry for over 2 years professionally and have experience on various board game...
still available for work
Available for new projects.
I would recommend toning down all the hilights (water and crystals) and bump up the emphasis on the dragon. It's a really cool piece but it's confusing. First of all your composition is drawing me to...
still available for work
Find some references for torch light. Even in a reference like this:
with lots of fire light, you notice that it dissipates quickly....
I'll give you a couple suggestions that should be able to push your art another level up if you put them into practice.
1. Work hard on thumbnails. Make sure it looks great at a small size before...
I seem to be able to only see one image on your website, I would love to see more!
Wow... it's been over 2 years since the last post here. Here's all my recent work, i'm going to try to get back on this.
awesome! Lets see some more.
Looking good so far! I can tell you have some good painting skills but there are things to be worked on.
Here's a paintover of your image.
I'll recommend a few things
1. Plan out...
still available for new projects
Here's what I would start to do
First, work on your depth, use atmospheric perspective (the farther back it gets, the lighter. Push this so that the close foreground is dark and the...
Update with some more recent client work.
Here's my work from this past year! I grew and learned a lot and I| have started recently working full time as a freelancer.
Isometric perspective means there are no vanishing points, like this for example.
A few things to help you out
1. Use reference!
Looking good, but it would not likely ever be that saturated. Here's a photo for reference.
What is is leading into? With these kind of...
Looking great so far! I would suggest putting a couple more of the smaller pillars in the foreground, close to the viewer.
You could push back the bright red on the far rocks, the red would never...