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    @Arthur 'Two Sheds'
    Are you certain that such a stream of light is possible, considering that the light is coming from pretty much everywhere?


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    Smile Chinese mountain temple

    Great entry's so far guys!

    I see that the concept of the sun is taken very random, and this is good. Because I got no clue how to take on the sun/light part.

    I got 2 versions, one normal without sun concept. 1 with the sun-celled-glass-energy-shields :p

    Very crappy and I got a huge doubt about it

    Please crit if you got some

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    Arthur - Thanks i really like the moody atmosphere in yours!

    i started to paint over my sketch, im happy with the architecture but i am not sure about color and lighting, if anyone got an idea how to improve this tell me

    EOW 127  Solstice Temple

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    Hi

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    A quick idea I got reading the eow topic (perspective is off indeed)
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    Aihai Solar Gnomon

    Always been a huge fan of Clark Ashton Smith's three stories set on his version of Mars - 'Aihai' - and tried to incorporate the pink skies from the original NASA photos sent back from the first lander... before they figured out that the color correction was all wrong and they were actually blue. That's the way I remember it, anyway...

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    Arthur 'Two Sheds' great use of silhouette! I think it's nice, even if we don't know where the light comes from (you could add some light to the ground to make it more evident if it bugs you, then make the focused beam colored to set it apart).

    rzp great start! (and the building design is very realistic)

    I think I overworked it:

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    That's pretty cool revenebo, looks epic. Might I suggest introducing some other colors, perhaps red or purple, because right now it's almost monochromatic and that kind of makes it a bit dull. Also you could add an occasional blue or red to those people down there, they are barely visible. Cheers

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    ok, thaught id show where im at...... any crits n help u guys can give to get this looking better would be great
    revenbo thats looking really nice, i defo agree with formic acid's crit but its lookin v nice!

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    Some uppdates. Maybe a bit to crowded.

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    hey guys! first time I tackle the EOW challenge.
    Here's my piece:
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    Here is my WIP, i didn't know about this topic until today, its a good one. Luckily it's my day off so i whipped this up in the past 5ish hrs or so,i've been rendering left to right as you can see, i like it so far i think... Btw some awesome work coming already guys~!
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    Perspective lines

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    Hello, i m new here

    this is what i got so far, i am not sure if the composition and perspective works yet, critic welcome

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    How did you create those perspective lines?

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    Detail / Brushes

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    ok, thaught id show where im at...... any crits n help u guys can give to get this looking better would be great
    revenbo thats looking really nice, i defo agree with formic acid's crit but its lookin v nice!
    How are you creating so much detail and straight lines? My hands are really shaky and its hard to use my Wacom pen to get great edges like you have. Also what methods are you using for brushes or either PS or Painter?

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    You can use the path tool to create lines like that chris, the great thing about doing it that way is you can have off page vanishing points, just set up your straight lines with the path tool and then use stroke path to create the perspective grid.

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