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    To reach further desire

    My Adam, inpired on Mary Shelley made all in photoshop cs2 started with a 2500x3500 more or less 300px ( dont know if it is a good size to begin because i lost a lot of detail that i put my effort on and for nothin)

    i dont use so much blur as it may appear but maybe i use low opacity brushes and not so much texture as i should, please feal free to trash it, its my favorite way of learning, because there are mistakes i can see for myself that i cant make it better in my current level, and there are those i just dont see yet : )

    i merge layers a lot, its not my style to work things separately and paste it on, but if it is a better method ...

    1- lineart mutiplyed
    2- layes beneath grey scale tonal value
    3- colorized grey scale start to contrast colors sheme
    4- merge all, start with details, lines incresing contrast colors and line edges( mistake: the line work still can be seen )
    5- more detail, some texture... overlay and hue layers
    6- for some reason its blury.... T_T

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    all Photoshop cs2

    making focus point tend me to blur to much the rest, i guess this is a major problem

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    ii ve tried a lot of methods theres a lot of hours and work here and the result is far from satisfaction

    feel free to criticize

    If you think you can t Draw, just draw more

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    Try and create more contrast in the environment. Really show where there is a clear distinction between cloud and open sky, or between near cloud and far away cloud should help with the feeling of 'blurry'.

    Where you have a strong light source you will create strong changes in colour due to shadow. I can see this in most of your images but not all, (I'm thinking of the girl on the rock).

    Hope that helps.

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