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Thread: Environment Apprentice SB
September 21st, 2009 #31
Wow i love your enviros! I just really started trying myself, i really love this stuff!
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hi all, hope your well
Callumbo - I do thumbnail a bit, usually they are just scribbles that get the idea across. I'm trying to put more of a focal point in my work and also trying to lead the viewer too I'm also a sucker for epic enviros, especially ones that the Guild wars team produce!
Bendragon - cheers man, gonna try and get more depth in my paintings as i go. I'll definately remember those three lvls dude
Diabolique - thankyou for the Kind words
well this one is a WIP trying to further understand light and shadows, i'll try and work on it more.
October 3rd, 2009 #33
i read "environment sketchbook"....sounded promising, so i thought i should check by, and it was totally worth it playing with shadows is always cool, keep an eye on the values:
October 3rd, 2009 #34
Great use of colour and light! Looking forward to seeing more
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Nice work LMK I'm really looking forward to seeing how you improve. *subscribed* Do you use ps or painter? If at all you dont mind me asking.
October 15th, 2009 #36
jatherip - Thank you for checking my sb out dude and thank you for the link, i'll study it for sure XD
Aperson4ever - cheers man, i'll try and do more hahaha
Alucid - hey there, thank you for the nice comment I use both painter and PS. I find it easier to rough out the basic shapes in painter and then refine detail in PS, though usually it is a constant back and forth process. thank you for visiting dude.
thought i'd post a few thumbs from my analogue SB, not much mostly scibbles i use to get ideas out.
November 11th, 2009 #37
Hey ya all, been a while and for that i apologies, going to get back into the swing of it.
here is an interior practice, hope you like
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November 14th, 2009 #38
November 15th, 2009 #39
nice stuff, i think you could use some more dramatic lighting in a few of your exteriors. not necessarily like crazy sunset lighting but just a little bit to make it pop
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November 15th, 2009 #42
Looking good! Keep at it! Id like to see more shapes and elements involved in your interiors to break up the regular looking shapes. A wall doesn't have to be too flat, add some raised layers there and carve in slots too!
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November 16th, 2009 #43
wow these are thanks for the comments guys, really appreciate the feedback.
jatherip - Well I kind of wanted to push myself to do more interior environments, also to push rendering a bit more and try and communicate things better, still a ways to go, I'll try and post more for sure
Hp - thank you for visiting my SB, Lighting is one of the things i'm trying to get right as it really helps an image's mood and believability. I'll try and do more
Holland - cheers man, indeed i can push some of my stuff further with contrast to make things a bit more punchy, thanks for checking my SB out.
milu - Thank you for the kind words, will try and keep em coming
Bendragon - cool dude glad you liked it, was weird i was kinda funny, i had a basic thumbnail as a guide but also corrected and explored some stuff on the way. cheers dude.
Apologies no Pict update.... coming soon lol
November 16th, 2009 #44
Yay for environments Sweet stuff man, keep em coming!
November 18th, 2009 #45
That latest image is awesome! Storytelling-wise, the backstory comes up very vividly, makes me wonder who and why did that and for what. The first image you posted drew me in too; it has that impact to it. ^^
Thanks for dropping by my SB by the way- I'd totally pick enviros over characters- but for now it's all practice, practice, practice. Keep painting those enviros! (Actually curious as to what your Character SB would look like- if you did have one.)
it's not the end that matters but the journey
November 18th, 2009 #46
Digging the internal scene you last posted.
I like the sense of scale your outdoor scenes show, very epic. It's a good start.
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November 19th, 2009 #47
Hi guys little update for ya
aiRaGe - thank you very much man, will try and do more updates XD
ilmenhin - hey there, glad you liked the image, i like environments as it's a chance to create a whole different world and you gotta think about everything. I guess i should do more characters, maybe i will in future
derbz - thx for swinging by, happy you digging them!
ok so i know these are not environments, but a bit of variety is good, these two are master copies i did from the Zhang Lu's & Jason manley portraits, but i did them in black watercolour to train and get familiar with the medium, hope u like...more envo's soon hehehehehe
November 20th, 2009 #48
um wtf why have you not been busting out the watercolor before!??!?!?!?!
November 20th, 2009 #49
haahahhaha, i will try and do more studies in watercolour for sure, will probably do more mono colour though, hahahah cheers HP, i'm glad you liked em, learned alot from em XD
November 20th, 2009 #50
Im not one for doing enviros myself but yours are really good great sense of scale in them and interesting to see your thumbs for them. The portraits in watercolour are pretty darn good too keep posting i wanna see some more
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November 22nd, 2009 #51
you have a lot of potential and definitely going in the right direction with environments. Use more details and play with the form.
November 26th, 2009 #52
latigid - cheers, thanks for the visit and nice comment
Ivan Turcin - yeah trying to get more detail into my work!! cheers dude
here is a quick one for tonight
December 9th, 2009 #53
little lunch doodle with rake like brush XD
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December 9th, 2009 #54
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December 14th, 2009 #56
Wow - don't get too hot too fast you might fry your brains ;P
Some are born to sweet delight,
Some are born to endless night.
December 15th, 2009 #57
Prolixite - That just cracked me up! XD
December 19th, 2009 #58
quick study from the Wolf Man trailer .
December 19th, 2009 #59
and b4 go to bed, study from watchmen, hope you guys like
December 29th, 2009 #60