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    as far as brushes go i have been using a hard round brush set with a low flow rate, this makes it easy to mix colours by applying little pressure but when u press hard u get nice hard edges. I also have some texture brushes that i use sparingly, i paint this on a new layer and then free transform it to create realistic angles.

    hope that helps a bit


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    update on WIP, still have managed to neglect the right side lololz, and crits/ comments welcome!
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    oh man cool topic and just one day left
    i love revenbo's update very nicely composed and rendered. I would say dont use any other color on it its looking complete and prety neat in monochrome just a suggestion
    welldone man keep rocking

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    EOW 127

    heres my crack at it...crits welcome : )

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    Perspective lines

    Quote Originally Posted by SIME View Post
    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.
    how do you determine where the vanishing points are if they are off the page? I can never determine which is the right way to do it, because if i make a vertical vp too close to the horizontal vp's it may look static and not very perspective like. I dont know how to determine a good spot.

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    Hey guys, this is my first post at CA, been lurking forever, and my first attempt at a EOW. So please, crit away, i know i need it!

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    hopefully will get to put a little bit more into this before the pol l goes up, some really nice work guys.... fuzziest, really nice image man!

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    looking good sime and kaydel. here is an update on mine, i think i might have overworked it a bit.
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    update

    I had a sinus infection this week which was really rough. I painted through the pain, and am a little confused by the results. So many of the other entries in this challege are amazing. You guys are great! Just sharing a bit of my work here I guess.

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    Final Burnign is posted
    please move your images over

    and don't forget and OUTSIDE HOSTED ICON

    as stated in the instructions
    sized apprpriately

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    attach your image via the attachment manager

    host your icon via an outside host
    such as photobucket or imageshack or anything else that can be reposted in the poll
    thanksyou
    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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    Here's my concept, i didn't have the time to post something earlier.. i'll be more on time for the next work

    EOW 127  Solstice Temple

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzp View Post
    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
    I think your colors look great, and compliment each other well. I just realized how to setup the perspective grid with help from M@ and some of his vanishing point brushes. I just got the impression i could use two vanishing points to create a similar idea like you did with your two vanishing points. Other than using brushes, i dont know how to determine how far or close a vanishing point needs to be to make it appear realistic. Especially if they go off the format of the scene.

    I think you are doing some fine work with your texturing on your bricks, and i hope to emulate your talent even as you say you are a beginner. Im for surely a beginner when it comes to painting in PS. My intention as an environment artist is to practice and master architecture in perspective and setup similar scenes like you have in this image.

    Thank you for your inspiration!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanieu View Post
    Here's my concept, i didn't have the time to post something earlier.. i'll be more on time for the next work

    EOW 127  Solstice Temple
    Hey i checked out your blog, you have some cool stuff on there. How do you make your picture images on blogspot so large? Mine only go a certain size, but yours are quite large.

    Any suggestions?

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    ^ That is because they are uploaded to photobucket and then just copied the html code.

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    Hi guys!

    Great entry's so far
    My entry is in the final burning thread

    I'm in a shortage of free time so I won't have the time to give good crit's so I'll do this at the next eow or in a few days in this thread

    Chris Stapleton, could you stop quoting with the image still in the message?! It's quite confusing and annoying imo


    Cheers!

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