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With a circular brush, I set the Size dynamics to pen tilt - not pressure - and somehow the size is still only affected by pressure. Any ideas?
Wow these are awesome - especially the color landscape on the right side. Great lighting on all of them too!
Awesome style! A nice mix of figure within environments. I love the motion too.
i love how bright your light sources appear within the dark scenes
Wow i love the style!
I don't know if this is true or not, but should the shade areas be a cooler tone as opposed to warmer than the lit areas?
But the red shade is what gives this painting a...
I don't know if multiply is better or not but you could try some tighter highlights for a wet/slimier feel.
I love the design of the thing!
I told myself i was gonna do a ton. I did 2 and a half. I tried fleshing out the middle one a little. The weird bridge thing was an afterthought, and the last one is cropped for better...
Wow I love how well defined the faces are. I'm trying to study some Loomis, hopefully I will gain as much of an understanding as you have!
I love how solid and confident your shadows are, especially in your first post. The shapes seem so entirely 3 dimensional.
edit: actually I was looking at your post #17. But the first post is still...
and here's my new phone... did not do too well on this one
FINALLY starting to paint again. QUESTION: How does one add more detail to these types of images with it looking very amateurish...? In the very last image, I tried to use a slightly different...
I did a bunch of these, and these are the 4 that are not fail.
So, if you have tips on how I can get to this point faster, and where to continue from here with these, that would be awesome!
I believe the thumbnail of the thread is the first image attachment in the thread.
I love the racing animal characters! so adorable
exactly the type of art i aspire to create
Okay here's an update.
After looking at the original again, I realized my head was too wide and generally out of...
face from reference
I'm trying some techniques i saw about speed painting. I can never arrive at any point near where other speed paints do, even after twice the time
what a universe you have created! i love the world of the giant blimp-type floating thing.
i'm dying to know how you create such rugged and yet controlled style. It seems like the entire breastplate of a robot takes a single brush stroke, and yet i know it must be more intricate than that....
funny, i just watched Blade Runner.
oh wait, i'm always watching Blade Runner
Trying this again
btw, can you post some process shots or videos? I'm trying to get into this type of environmental work and it would be very helpful and much appreciated!