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    oren - cheers for the crit, its painfully obvious after you pointed out. I really could of done with working in some darker tones into the rest of the pic to match those nice shadows under the roof. I think i just focused on my brushwork and experimenting more than actually copying the photo well. thanks bro.

    Teapo - man id love to do more animation and im planning on doing it next year but man does it take a long time. That was a REALLY rough and simple 3 second animation and it took me over and hour. I did an animation before christmas and it is such a timesink. Thanks too.

    Congojack and Ikage - thanks very much guys, really apreciate it


    And now im starting my Akira pic. ive picked a thumbnail, got my idea of what i want in it, so its just go go.
    Its the first rough, got my original thumbnail underneath, working out basic shapes and composition, perspective etc. More to come throughout the day!
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    Boom.
    Sort of finished lines. But only because i know ill change stuff as i paint. I just wanna get a decent idea of whats going where and get all my little ideas and details into. There will be more in the painting though. For sure.
    And now im playing with different lighting/tonal compositions. I really like the idea of doing a night time pic. But i know that will be hard. I might try it though, just because.
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    the akira project is go! looking awesome man, really like what I see so far..

    Just one crit so far that seems obvious to the beginner eye and that is the scaling of the truck. From this viewpoint which seems to be at around head height, maybe a tad lower, the truck seems out of scale, making the street seem huge or the truck tiny.

    I am basing the fact that the truck is small on the doorway just slightly further in the foreground (but still on the same street), the pavement and the manhole cover. Both of the latter two seem in proportion with each other with the truck seeming to be only slightly wider than the pavement.

    like the idea of a night view too, should be really atmospheric!
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    nice work

    Your work is very nice ! I like the ruin.
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    awasome work man, clean lines and great initial values
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    Tom - Cheers dude. I was working on the idea of a small truck - like the sort of min-van type ones, but its made it all look a bit out of scale. Thanks very much for spotting that, ive made a few adjustments and ill probs make some more when im painting. You made me realise that i needed to observe my scale between some objects. Thanks.

    Blackpencil and Oren - Thanks alot guys!

    And it goes on.
    I worked out a sort of night tonal scheme which i was quite happy with. Dropped in a little colour. I want it very dull/desaturated apart from the bright lights, but well see how good that looks as i go on.
    But yeh, heres where im at. Im painting in the background to start with.
    If you guys spot areas you like/dislike between stages, which i might have lost or missed. Point them out. Im all for getting feedback on this.

    Edit - thinking i might swap viewpoints again tomorrow, the focal flow looks better on the first now i think (although i like the flipped version)... im soo confused!

    More tomorrow!
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    yeah thats looking awesome! Gonna hit the hay now but I was thinking perhaps throw in some more coloured light (reds or something a bit seedy perhaps) coming from those near garages/doorways? There is a lot of white in the foreground atm which could probably be a bit more atmospheric.. I'm sure you were planning on doing something with those areas anyway so perhaps its a pointless critique!

    keep up the great work though - very inspiring to me!
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    so great.Awesome construction mate
    love the lights
    keep it up
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    hey man great progess so far, a suggestion is to make the lights of the signs interact with the environment some more it lacks that a bit, can't wait to see the next update
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    Tom - yeah i plan on putting some stuff happening in and around the garage. Dun worry!

    Kingkostas - Cheers bro!
    Oren - Thanks man.

    Still going, im not sure if i like how i approached this painting though. Doing all the drawing/tones/basic colour has reduced the actual painting part to a sort of paint-by-numbers experience and i think that means im not having to discover/work anything out as i go around. Which means it might be unadventurous and boring once im done - its like it might have worked as a drawing, but as a painting it doesnt. Ill think ill finish it and see how it turns out then maybe have a little think about process. Maybe go back in and really start moving stuff around/cutting things out.

    Also need to think more about my working resolutions and sizes. I seem to never be able to get the right level of detail, but keep lots of nice brush work. With this, the brush strokes and painting looks best at like 50-60% (the jpeg posted is at 30%).

    Oh well, i suppose this is what being a student is about. I have time to work this all out.... i hope...
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    wow really nice update!the perspective is awesome and the way u ve put lights makes it so beautifull!keep it up
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    Niice udates man, very god grasp on that enviro stuff! The lighting though, seems a little to bright in places, leaving the viewer with a bit of flat impression
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    starting to look loads better now - I agree with the lighting situation (above) but its still awesome! - I love how you are posting shots as WIPs too.. very helpful for other people to see how you work (and I'm sure someone who is more experienced could comment more about methods to improve your technique). As im not, keep up the good work!
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