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sweet compositions! I'm so envious right now.
I love Dethklok. Haha
That's really great work!
Good start! I really like the feel to the first environment. I'm looking forward to seeing more.
ok thank you so much! I appreciate the feedback. I'll have to do some experimenting with photoshop now. =D
hey, I'm curious about the point of overlaying photos when painting in photoshop. I've seen people do it in speed painting videos, but I've never really figured out why. I'm pretty inexperienced...
Here's a sizable art dump. Please please please, give me crits. Not to sound to desperate, but I want to improve.
I usually paint on a pretty big canvas, but I zoom out so it fits on my screen. Then if I feel the need to zoom in for more detail, I'll have the ability to zoom in quite a few times before I start...
I saw this when you were still working on it. I think it turned out great. The pose is very dynamic. Also, the "feathers" add a really cool feeling to the creature.
Ooo nice. It turned out very smooth. =D
I don't have a big enough attention span to do pointillism.
Its looking good so far. The only thing that seems really noticeable is the eye on the left. It doesn't seem to follow the angles that the rest of the face lie on.
Here's an older speedpainting done with a reference.
I'm 16, and I haven't been doing much concept art, but now is my time to start.
Any constructive crit is welcome.
And to being my new sketchbook I'll put my newest WIP.
(its my first...
I'm currently running Elements 3.0....lol
Never mind, I don't have a recent enough version of Photoshop to have this function. =(
I know I sound like a noob, but how to I assign the shortcuts?
I don't know if I can because my photoshop is so old.
I need to know if there are any "hotkeys" for flipping and/or reflecting your entire canvas.
I've seen people do it in speed paintings, but I don't know if it has to do with their version of...
Enders Game is a great book. Nice render!
Here is a speed painting of a beach I made for a friend using a reference.
I mostly focused on colors rather than a lot of detail.
wow. you must know a lot of different tricks with sketchup to make your models! good work.
This is a quick speedpainting. I used a reference. boy do I need practice.
I still need some ideas for other environment exercises.
the newt building one is absolutely awesome! great brush work.
wow great stuff!
do you use any live models?
This is my first environment speedpainting ever done in photoshop. I uses a reference to help me along, but for the most part its made up.
Any ideas for environment exercises?
I agree with Vulgar about the face on the tree.
The train turned out great. Good perspective.
so much good work! and you look like you are in need of comments.
great work on all the details of the girl in armor. I sure wish that I could whip up something like that in only a few days.