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    I like it. I would only make that fog line a bit more realistic. I mean that close line, not the horizon.

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    It looks cool, like a creepy arizona back road. Making the details on the road a little crisper might heighten the depth. Buffing up the fog and wooden posts would help too. Nice atmosphere.

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    thanks for ur suggestion!

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    I like it, good job...I think it would improve with some hard brushes (the terrain and the sky look blobish)

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    i have problem with texture, maybe some of you guys could help me by showing me some reference tutorial because it's very rare to find tutorial for landscape in deviantart which i'm usually do research there.

    about the sky, thanks for the suggestion, i'll work on it.

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    As far as textures, don't start getting into textured brushes and all yet, they're useful after you have a better understanding of form and lighting. Like GaussianRider said, use more hard brushes, and look at pictures of dirt roads, haystacks etc. Analyze them, look at how at how light plays off them. Use your hard brush to try to capture that, and keep in mind that the textures wont look as sharp as you go into the distance. You've already got a good start on atmospheric perspective in this piece, so good job.

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