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    hehe, 60 hours would be great indeed!

    Here is some new image for eow186, spent not much time on it again

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    heres my entry for eow187 called "underwater research facility" . Im not sure if this is too dark as I work on different screens, have to check this

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    i like it, though i have one crit: i think its too much of the same saturated blue around the whole image, myabe you could get a better composition by desaturating the border or not-so-important parts a bit.
    anyway just a thought.. keep it up mate!

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    thanks daflom, youre right with the blue hue, I have not much color variation in it, I will try out your tip the desaturation, could save me some time

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    this is my wip for eow188 called "celestial titty bar", hope you like it

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    here is some more practice stuff

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    and another one, just for practise

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    I tried a new one for this weeks eow, will have to think about how to design it though

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    here are some more studies, the first one was a tut by fzd where I tried to paint as many details as possible without using textures, the second one I tried to practise what I had learned with a own image, all images took about 3 hrs

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    I just started with some horse studies and hopefully will continue with it, as I have not much clue about that... but its fun anyways, these are all done digitally

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    this is also a muscle study, I know not the best drawing in the world but I was a bit tired though, but a start is done , I think I will try to rework it tomorrow

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    so I reworked the previous image and did some more studies of the muscles...

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    heres my current entry for eow #194 called "escaping the sandstorm"

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    heres a second entry eow 194 called "escaping the sandstorm"

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    You've some really great landscape here my friend!
    your understanding of light is darn great! Try to change the viewer's place sometimes, i'd love to see some diving views or something alike Also, you've got some nice color that set a good mood in your pieces, keep up!

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    thank you very much wavenwater, Im glad you like it and Ill try to change the point of view in one of my next images... cheers

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    update

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    I had some time left and so I did another one for eow194, maybe its not true enviro though and not finished yet of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by android411 View Post
    here are some more studies, the first one was a tut by fzd where I tried to paint as many details as possible without using textures, the second one I tried to practise what I had learned with a own image, all images took about 3 hrs
    the moment I saw that mountain image I instantly thought of that fzd tutorial =] very good job at applying what you learned in the next image

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    @j.zhang - thanks for the comment, Im glad you like it...

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    here are some mecha studies

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    Digging the feng zhu like enviroments as for the E.O.W goes I like the first concept you had but I guess that me but I wish you luck

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    thanks udonhead, maybe I will go for the first one, the other eow enviros are a bit out of my comfort zone, but I need to learn it

    heres another feng zhu insprired enviro

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    and as for your feng zhu enviros my brush control is not that good its look awful in my skecthbook lol maybe I rely too much on opacity and like feng zhu said try to get out of your comfort zone and try something new

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    @udonhead - I took a look at your sb and dont think your brush control is bad at all, the trick really lies in a very large canvas, he uses from 6000 pixels wide to 12000, 6000 is not big at all, at least it depends on the machine you have , but another "trick" of feng zhu is his brush, he uses a standard chalk which can do very thin lines to very thick, depending on pressure you can see it when you watch very carefully at his youtube tutorials, other artist mainly sketch with the pencil and pen, but when it comes to sketching on the computer, fengs method is really straightforward

    regarding opacity he uses just the opacity slider and set to pen pressure because it doesnt feel like a traditional brush he says, so maybe try it out with the canvas and the brush if you like

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    Excellent work !
    I love your vehicles concept

    I want see more

    C&C please to help me progress !
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    @tef - thanks, Im glad you like it, so here it goes, some new studies

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    I love this last post ! there are beautiful details. Bravo !

    C&C please to help me progress !
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    Great job on those enviro's, you're very good a setting a mood with the lighting.

    One thing I'd suggest is adding flying creatures to a few of these(obviously not ones like the concert venue). The more "inhabited" you can make these feel, the better I think.

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    Very nice sb, especially the environment sketches!

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