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    guilefine: rockin' good start man.. LOVE your layers

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    thescala I didn't want to be nagging, I just thought it does you no good to paint over a photo...
    If you're not comfortable with perspective (or you have no time to build it) trace over the picture and use it as a base to make your own environment. It sounds a bit like cheating but in the end is like using 3D as a base for painting over.

    P.S. I don't even know if I can submit something for this round, so it's better if I shut up and stop haunting this thread...

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    Just a quick one. It started fine, but then it turned into a big pile of everything, including silly colors. Good thing it's just a sketch.

    EOW 121 It's in the Book

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    Here's an idea I have yet to build on ......

    "Creativity emerges only when the imagination is given the freedom it deserves."
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    razor leaf..please remember this is an environment......

    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    Thanks chaosrocks ..... hey, I started with this in my head and was going from there - what can I say, its all that would come out of my head at the time hahaha

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    tsujni : interesting composition as well as your style

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    thanks buka!

    the delta book

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    Tsujni - thats awesome, great sense of motion in the drawing!

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    EOW 121 It's in the Book

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    thanks Joey-B

    Aston - In my opinion, your colors are too muddy and you need to contrast the soft edges with hard ones. Your idea is good and I hope you stick with it. As for the book fluttering like butterflies, that is not being communicated in your rendition of the books. Also, I would limit your composition to a triangle and nix heavy/detailed cloud formations outside of it.

    Also, I just wanted to share a detailing tip. Open an image in PS and select 'New View for ...", arrange them side by side. When you zoom one and work closeup the other will update automatically after the brush stroke. This prevents you from having to zoom in, paint, zoom out, repeat.

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    I've never done an environment of the week before, but I'll take a stab at it. I don't know if I'll be able to complete it in time as I'm starting late.

    Just a question though, what is this icon that is required, can you explain it more?

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