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Thread: Φ - phil's Sketchbook: sketchy batch of 31th january

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    Haha ... wieso sollte ich Zrich nicht kennen? Gut, ich war noch nicht da, aber zum Glck gibt es da ja noch die Allgemeinbildung ^^ (bin brigens kein Hertha-fan ). Cooler enviro-sketch btw., fhrst du den noch aus?
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    lord_regenschirm: haha, sorry wenn ich dir fehlendes Allgemwinwissen unterstellt habe!!! War nur vor 3 Wochen in Berlin (Klassenfahrt) und bin immernoch beeindruckt…im Vergleichzu Berlin ist Zrich ein Dorf!!!!!
    Ja ich denke Ich machs noch fertig=)
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    So here we go! little update of the enviro:
    tried some texturing stuff and played with contrast so that for me Its now very dark but on net Its like I painted it… also In Critique Center

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    Sweet environment bro Some low saturation greens stand out too much. One thing I got taugh when blending: continually overlap the two colours and use the eyedropper to choose the in between colour, like mixing paint. Loads of improvements since the first page !! Keep it up

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    looking pretty good. I would recommend practicing your anatomy for pple.
    My observational skills may be great but I said nothing about my drawing skills

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    SamC: hey, thanks for stopping by! yeah, I get what you meanThough I dont wanna work on that enviro anymore =/ thanks

    My57: thanks for droppin in! Ill have to work a LOT on my anatomy stuff, I knowhard work ahead

    heres a another enviro doodle from mind this time not quite happy with itkinda weird

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    You're using pure white and pure black, next to each other, and the ground is pretty much gray. The values aren't really working. The colours in the sky are also lacking in saturation.
    You should do more studies like the one above, it's looking quite good, and you should work on anatomy, and everything else.
    Keep drawing dude!
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    Hey mate. your perspective practices actually look pretty damn good!
    But I have two comments on two different images.
    -the baboon: I would have suggested starting with dark colors ALL over. I can't explain it. I guess it's just my own "traditional" way of painting digitally. Perhaps I can show you with a new video soon.
    -the skull: Start with lines. I think I made a crappy tutorial of a skull in my SB. I learned tons of doing it that way! --gotta try that again.

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    Yeeeah! I love those enviroments, the lighting in the first one is awesome!
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    PieMonster: hey dude, thanks for droppini in!
    yeah! well In ps its not showing pure black and white that happened when saving as jpeg! your comment is still absolutely correct! It`s not working!!! This piece died! because I had no plan from the start
    glad you liked the first one! Ill do more enviros from ref! and studies! and anatomy! and everything else!Im lost in time and space, somehow Its kinda funny thogh!

    Hive_minD: thanks for taking the time!! yeah your right about the baboon! In WIP you can see that its way too bright! also because you got the ref beneath but the final s still kinda "loose-lighty-thing!" (<- what a stupid word)

    gotta redo that skull!!! exited that you got tuts and even educational VIDEOS soon!! man!! PM me if you got that vid!!=)
    I dont mind ya words at all! most welcome here

    Slothboy3000: hi there!! glad you like emthough its only a beginning of a long long journey!( I hope!)
    check saturday for more enviros!! by the Ill have completed my enviro-sketchy challenge with Nettle_Mountain!

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    heres a little color doodle from today!
    gonna finish it (maybe tomorrow)

    ah, gotta do more studies!! traditional stuff etc!
    digits are so much fun though
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    Wow, improvement allready, happy for you man!

    Your latest i really like, only rock are little out of the place because of different colour, try to colour them sameish as the mountain parts with colour or hue layer.

    Little reading, these really inspired me:

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...postcount=1825

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...&postcount=182

    I try to live by those quidelines, i don't allways succeed but it keeps me on the road

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    Hey, your latest environment looks like it's off to a really good start. It's good a good composition and looks good colorwise, except from the stones in the foreground that's already commented on. What you should try to do next is push the atmospheric perspective a bit more by making the mountains furthest away less saturated and more bluish in color. I think you'll get the idea if you google some landscape photographs. All things we see is basically washed out a bit by the color of the sky, the further away the object is the more obvious this interaction becomes. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished piece.
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