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    leper uprising

    ive tried three times so far so hopefully this time it'll work. either that or there'll be three new threads with this same pic, if so i apologise.
    this is one of my first 100% digital paintings. hope you like.

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    Whoa, that' is so kickass! Love the details on faces and the armor. That's pretty good for first time digital!

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    I think digital suits you Adrian. Nice work! The color palette is sickening...and I mean that in a good way. Was this a personal piece or was it for a client?

    -Rick

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    For your first full-on digital piece, that's pretty darn good.

    A few crits: if the air is so thick with dust that it obfuscates the background that heavily, then you shouldn't be having a strong indication of light and shadow on the forground figure. The highlights should also be full of the yellow/orange light and less cool and white.

    You usually find your darkest darks next to your brightest lights, so the dark spots on the figures receeding into the left (flail and the mouth of the guy with the shield) seem a little out of place.

    Stuff like that is why so many people use numerous layers when painting digitally.

    Looking forward to seeing your next piece!

    ~Richard

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    It totally amazes me. Not only the great detail and characteristics. But I REALLY like the digital style. Looks almost identical to your traditional stuff! *claps*

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    Big Time!

    Hi, I know your work for a long time, this master class concept art!
    Verry nice painting !
    Enjoy!

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    Well. This just proves what we already knew: photoshop does not make you an artist. Knowledge, experience and hard work does. if you already know how to paint, you could easily transfer that skill to the digital medium.

    You rock.

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    What program are you using Adrian?
    It's always a toss up when you have a detailed sketch - underpainting provides the bulk of the colour but overpainting can obliterate your sketch (especially if you are using your sketch on multiply/overlay in PS)
    You might want to alter the colour of the multiply sketch to take off the 'black'

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    Sepian - photoshop/painter/artrage are just tools, like a pencil or a brush it's all down to the artist.

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    Man thats a badass painting! You remind me of games workshop and their artists.
    EDIT: wait!! Adrian Smith? You ARE from games workshop! I remember ur name in a white dwarf magazine along with the front cover. You are badass.

    however it seemes like u saved your picture as a jpg with like 3/12 quality. It looks like the whole picture has been ruined by u lowering the jpg quality.

    Please go back and save it as a full quality jpg, and also reduce the size big time.

    badass drawing and idea.

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    great image! and congratulations for the first completely digital piece!
    but i'm curious if you have any better versions of the image, it seems this one was mabye blown up beyond it's threshold and those pesky jpeg pixel blocks are showing up!
    well done though, well done!

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    it has a warhammer feel to it i like i very much keep it up and no chains can bind u

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithrc View Post
    I think digital suits you Adrian. Nice work! The color palette is sickening...and I mean that in a good way. Was this a personal piece or was it for a client?

    -Rick
    hi! and thanks for your kind words.

    its a piece specifically for an artbook im in the process of collating images for, due for release end of this year.

    thanks again for taking the time to comment.

    take care, Adrian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpace View Post
    For your first full-on digital piece, that's pretty darn good.

    A few crits: if the air is so thick with dust that it obfuscates the background that heavily, then you shouldn't be having a strong indication of light and shadow on the forground figure. The highlights should also be full of the yellow/orange light and less cool and white.

    You usually find your darkest darks next to your brightest lights, so the dark spots on the figures receeding into the left (flail and the mouth of the guy with the shield) seem a little out of place.

    Stuff like that is why so many people use numerous layers when painting digitally.

    Looking forward to seeing your next piece!








    ~Richard
    hello and thanks for your kind words and helpful crit.
    take care, mate! Adrian.

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