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    DSG 362: Environment: Desert outpost

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    can this involve trees...lol

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    Wow I just spent an hour making the image. Then when I was allmost finished I acidently closed photoshop and pressed "no" instead of "cancel"...

    Damn...

    I should learn to save more
    oh well maybe I'll get something done later tonight

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    damn man thats fucked up, all im doing is sitting here watching "Brother", gonna draw later today....

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    all done in Expression...the color job - argh

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    DSG - Desert Outpost

    Last edited by schmu_20mol; February 24th, 2004 at 11:44 AM.
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    Harsh morr, I've managed to do that myself a few times

    anyway here's an alien stronghold :p

    about 30mins PS.

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    ohhh i like it...and you had to do it over huh?

    very nice

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    Cool Morr - never give up!

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    Matt Dixon - Man, that freaking rocks! Nice overall piece.
    Morr - I like that alot. Looks like something at a Delaware beach. If you did lose that file to Photoshop, I think that there may be a way to retrieve the file. Look for the tmp file and pull it into Photoshop, it may just work, but I have never tried it with Photoshop before. Good luck.

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    tried for once again with painter...
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    damn i dislike my environments!practiiiiice!:bash:

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    Did this thing, maybe does not count in as a desert ^^;; (worth to mention is i did part of it from a photo since i am still kinda newbie with painter and color-sets)

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    my first (out)post on conceptart

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    DSG 362: Environment: Desert outpost

    Went sort of minimalist today.

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    Here´s mine, great posts everyone.:chug:

    Matt, You Rock, i love your style!!!
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    Been playing around a little in Open Canvas ... just a 20-30 min with the mouse
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    Very unoriginal (if thats a word)

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    LOL railboy i love that!

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    Originally posted by sic8sic
    damn man thats fucked up, all im doing is sitting here watching "Brother", gonna draw later today....

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    We talking Takeshi Kitano's "Brother" ?

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    matt dixon makes me sad because hes too good D:


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    I wanted to do this in painter, but i did too much work in photoshop with it, i may go back and do the samething again just in painter, i need to practice it. Matt Dixon what program do you use to color your images in, and also do you sketch and scan or just draw it within the program?

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    Amerasu - That looks really smooth, and it's got great colors. The perspective is off, though - you should be able to see the tops the buildings if you want them to be consistent with the background.

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    Railboy wrote:
    Amerasu - That looks really smooth, and it's got great colors. The perspective is off, though - you should be able to see the tops the buildings if you want them to be consistent with the background.

    Thanks Railboy, I'm not positive what you mean though. Could you help me? I've uploaded the pic with perspective lines and my sketch so you can see what I was going on. I'd like to fix it Perspective lines + sketch here

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    No image to show, but I thought I'd throw some crits in this time...

    eljay - very nice atmosphere you got there! someone already mentioned the perspective, so i won't repeat that. not too fond of the gradient in the sky, but overall very eyepleasing.
    Matt Smith - real hot desert! i love the vibrant red and yellow, but hate the bright blue with it (as a matter of personal taste, i try to stay away from using more than 2 primary colors) I like your design of building too. they look very sweet and innocent. to me. nice work.
    fresh27 - a bit blurry maybe? especially in contrast with the two people up there. don't be afraiid to mix blur/sharp stuff wildly
    Amerasu - nice scene, with some minor remarks: it looks more like a new building , freshly paint and varnished. the broken windows imply a semi-abandoned outpost, so i'd expect to see more scratches 'n' dirt there. I like the windyness of the scene too, but it doesn't seem to bother the guy standing outside. maybe a different pose would add to the effect. Last thig is the buildings seem to be floating slightly over the soiil.. take your dropshadow real dark and up close to the building to fix that. Keep it up! (do i sound like a real teacher yet?)
    Barti89 - could use some more contrast.. a bright sun liike that drops a dark and sharp shadow.
    toinjoints - love it! nothing to add
    railboy - funny AND good! and conceptual, if you wanna be semantic about it.
    DocBoom - welcome! and great entry too.
    Calle - it's pretty obvious which part did you overpaint it, or just painted from it? nice warm rock-colors though.
    Carnifex - moody and cold. a bit blurry, but nice. it makes me happy actually. wee!
    Matt Dixon - awesome... i pretty much had the same design in mind (yea we all saw the same tattooine shots - j/k ) ..amazing work.
    Morr - nice building, not too fond of the sky - methinks it should be as windy as the dunes.. get some whirl action in there gg

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    Going for a sort of underground desert outpost (thinking of coober pedy). I'm not too happy with the desert.
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    Angry

    Oh man one damn topic id'a loved to had a go at and i get here to damn late!

    Ah well. Nice pieces guys!

    Mat, I hate you:p

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    Sure thing

    Here's how it is next to how I think it should be:
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    The perspective on the buildings is flawless, but I think your mountains belong to a different point of view than the buildings. They start above the horizon line that the buildings adhere to, or at least appear to. Maybe it's just your coloring.

    Do you see what I mean? Hope this helps...

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    it was my understanding that its not too late until the next topic posts =D

    went with a different desert color scheme.......

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