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May 20th, 2009 #92
you rock, don't stop
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Artrage totally different from PS huh? but you're skillful enough to transfer yourself over there. Rock on \m/
May 23rd, 2009 #94
congadingsda Thanks alot, yeh will do=).
Cacodaemonia Heh thanks, yeh tho the last one took many hours just hard to actually render stuff in artrage
rossipoo Thanks! will do, will do=)
Alm0st Thanks, yeh indeed it is, I will most likely always be using photoshop for most of my stuff, but its always fun to have other programs to play around with and you can use them as finishing tools to give paint strokes and stuff.
darknight Thanks alot, yeh indeed=).
Here is an environment, took quite a while to finish, tried to give it some sort of haunted feeling over it
May 24th, 2009 #95
May 24th, 2009 #96
Very pretty scene. I think the shapes and composition work nicely together.There's a very regular level of detail everywhere, though (I have the same problem all the time!), which makes the painting feel a little boring or unfocused. As for the haunting feel, I think you're getting there, but maybe a little more purple would help with that?
May 24th, 2009 #97
Diverse Thanks alot im glad u like it!
Cacodaemonia Thanks! yeh the details are pretty even, I think its hard to leave out areas, it just tend to look unfinished.
Giving the picture even more details and stuff in the focal point(s) wont really solve it ether, Its just something I gotta practice I guess.
Heh yeh purple would probably make it look cool, tho im tired of the picture at the moment, maybe I tweak it one day.
Here is two paintings done in artrage nothing too fancy, just playing around with the tools and having fun, tho I think I should try to make stuff abit clearer, its abit too painterly, but its quite hard to do it for some reason.
May 24th, 2009 #98
I think the second image is plenty clear. The first one is very painterly, but I can still basically tell what everything is. I guess it depends on if you want to 'finish' the piece. Do you have the full version of Art Rage? I only have the free version, which doesn't have a lot of the tools.
May 25th, 2009 #99
Cacodaemonia Yeh I bought the full version of artrage because it is so cheap, hoping for version 3.0 to come out, but who knows when. But yeh I do find it really hard to actually sit down and do details in the program, it might just be me.
Since I see so many people doing life study digitally these days, I thought I might do it too!, I feel like I could need some pratice painting and seeing accurate values and colors, and im definitly gonna stick with this exersice.
Plus some artrage junk crap, to be fair I dont like most of my stuff I do in artrage, but its just so fun smearing paint around!. oh yeh I touched it up abit in photoshop with some glow and light.
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May 25th, 2009 #100
Hehe, cute iguana, though I think it could use more detail. The pig looks awesome! I need to do more digital studies, too. Maybe I can find time this week...
This last Art Rage one is fun. How long did it take you? I'd be curious to see some WIPs of your Art Rage stuff. I've never worked with real oil paints, so I think seeing your process in AR would be very informative. If you have the time and inclination, anyway.
Keep 'em coming!
May 26th, 2009 #101
May 26th, 2009 #102
May 26th, 2009 #103
NICE studies, what is more nice is that last piece. It's great to be able to use multiple programs just do a piece of art, and you sir have done a great job with it. Keep up the exploration, and thank you for bringing us along.
May 26th, 2009 #104