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    Fantasia and digital paintings

    Recently, I'm trying to increase my skills and find my own style, developping new methods of work. I think that fantastic pictures are great to explore new technics because there's not really the limits of the "real world" surrounding our minds. So I'll use that thread to post the pictures I'm doing in that purpose.

    Thanks for your comments and suggestions!

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    True, fantasy is great for exploring, but it still should be grounded in reality to look convincing. Good realistic lighting and perspective never hurt a fantasy painting. Nor did a masterful handling of the medium.

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    I agree! The real world is boring! Your city of lights looks much more interesting. Zoom in there and work out each little structure. It looks quite undeveloped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artfix View Post
    I agree! The real world is boring! Your city of lights looks much more interesting. Zoom in there and work out each little structure. It looks quite undeveloped.
    The "lack of details" was made in purpose because of... hum... lets say "blurry" atmosphere... Don't know how to explain my idea. You think I should put more?

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    Night Base

    Ok, I want to be an illustrator. I want to have commissions, I want to do it for a living... So I have to increase my skills and a friend of mine, who's a pro, is helping me, being my teacher and ginving my "homeworks". This one was the first one.

    I had to draw a military base, on another planet, under a cliff, by night, with ships or planes ready on the tarmac.

    There's an aurora borealis giving a greenish atmosphere to the area. Also, as it's a military base, I chose to use "discreet" lightings, not bright white one.

    So? What do you think? If there's professionals here, I would like to know what you think... if you think I could work as an illustrator...

    Thanks for the comments! Constructive ones please...

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