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December 24th, 2009 #1
crits most welcomed
some homework from a background painting class that just ended
Last edited by russ; December 25th, 2009 at 12:17 AM.
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Those are huge. Please post smaller versions.
Last edited by Elwell; December 25th, 2009 at 12:00 AM.
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December 24th, 2009 #3
sorry bout that, kind of new here
December 25th, 2009 #4
Watch you perspective. Look how the counter on the left in the second piece tilts towards the viewer.
The wall way inthe back with the door also looks out of place. Watch the light coming from the fridge, and how it lights up that wall. Light converges as it is emitted... it'll hit parts much higher up on the wall.
Your second one is more vibrant but your first one seems to have the correct perspective.
For the first one, remember things in the foreground are going to be warmer and more detailed. Thigns far away get cooler and less detailed. The object on the the right (in the foreground) clutters that space. Get rid of it or make it a net type thing, where you can see through it.
Other than that these are good. I love the details of the first one and the vibrance of the second one. Good job keep it up, watch the perspective and colour.
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That helicopter and a person bother me. That's because they don't have enough detail as the rest of the peace. They are pretty much the main characters of your story so spend extra time on refining them. Search for photos of chopper and Asian monk, Asian traditional clothing, etc.
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December 26th, 2009 #6
For the 2nd image- I'd suggest looking at complimentary colours. The purple light seems unusual