Hey, nice landscapes. I think It'll help you if you use some higher opacity on your brushes. Also try more saturated colours. Atmosphere at mountains is much clearer than in flatlands, so colours should be crispier.
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Sarmati, actually most of the time I use brushes with high opacity. And thanks for the advice about the atmosphere, I wasn't thinking about it
quick thumbnail sketches
and spent some more time on one of them
Personaly I like the stuff much more which has the rougher approach to it in your digi's. I mean, not the blurry brush, they look too washed out imho, even as for sketches.
How's it going with the universities btw? Did they took you in to some already, or ur still waiting for reply ?
Justas, yeah, I agree with you. I'm trying to find the balance between hard and soft brushes. About universities, I got a conditional from uni that I wanted to get into the most, which means that I'm almost in. Now I'm just waiting to get my Brandos atestatas so that I could show them that I finished school and that I meet their requirements (which I do)
Aryeh, thanks man. I hope I will be someday
couple photo studies
trying to learn perspective. it's probably the most boring, but at the same time valuable thing
60 sec gestures
and some more work on previous sketch
I like this last one a lot. However, how is the mount able to see?
Hah, really good stuff man, keep it up!
click and crit