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Thread: HarryZed's sketchbook
May 11th, 2010 #27
i do like traditional mediums. but now the idea that i could go from start to finish completely digitally, is a very exciting one to me.
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May 12th, 2010 #29
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May 12th, 2010 #30
thanks Magic Man, yeah just realizing how much i have to learn is a big motivating factor.
hear are some character and landscape paintings, landscape especially has a long way to go, i keep changing things. color has got out of hand. probably should find more reference material, i guess.
May 13th, 2010 #31
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June 6th, 2010 #33
What the hells is going on in here??
You improved so fast. You didnt even get off page 1, and there were such huge signs of improvement.
I wish I had some more time to drop a real crit, but alas, i am out, but keep this up, keep pushing!
June 10th, 2010 #34
June 10th, 2010 #35
recently ive been using a brush in photoshop that just consists of one line. is presure sensitive for size and tilt sensitive for direction. it feels very dynamic to use and stroke tend not to completely erase what is under it. sometimes the very close lines create patterns.
the first image is just a quick squiggle, all one stroke (the white part that is, ignore the background).
so ive been trying to use these brush marks to at first make some interesting chaotic patterns and then to imagine environments out of the patterns and try and use the same brush to realize this.
August 31st, 2010 #36
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