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    My first digital paiting

    I used just one brush,
    cuz i dont have much
    no one gives...
    but nvm,
    Its my first



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    No one here?

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    Hey Yakirb, welcome to CA, Nice start, I would suggest to use reference environment images to paint from until you get the understanding of depth, and lighting down, before doing environments from your head. Your colors are a bit saturated, meaning the colors in your image are too vibrant. If you at nature, colors are mostly less vibrant and muted more to the gray spectrum.

    I think your what also hurts this piece is that you used this texture brush for everything. If it was a simple round brush things would read a little easier. Download a bunch of pictures from nature, really look at them, go outside and try your best to break down the colors you see. Its not easy because we're used to looking at objects for what they are, instead of simplifying what we see.
    Good luck and welcome

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    Welcome to CA!

    Darktwin is absolutely right!

    see here?
    http://www.tommyersphotography.com/d...s/sac00185.jpg

    The colours are different! I may suggest adding more shadows to the floor and such.

    Good start though! And do what Dark said, go outside and observe nature, it is really hard to draw pictures from tress, and forests! Trust me I am really bad at that! Hahaha, I can only focus on one element of nature, such as ONE tree, ONE flower, too much makes me kick off detail.

    Good Luck!

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    gotta post more bro, welcome to the digital! painting world!
    Use reference
    and yea post more stuff!

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