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    very nice work and effort being put in, only input i would say to RichLyons is remove the people, seems like a nice narrative but it kinda distracts the attention from the main focus which is the enviro itself, maybe a little creature like a squirrel?


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    @ no_name_brand and VishvaTKH - thanks a lot for your help, I tried to fix the issues you mentioned, hope it looks better now

    awesome entries guys

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    i reallllly like the one of rych lyons. great atmosphere

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    I think I went overboard with the textures :p There are some really amazing entries here btw.

    EOW 146 Into the woods

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    I'll struggle giving any helpfull feedback on these, you all kick my ass.. I'll give some comments anyway:

    Beelow: really nice, if anything.. I guess that you could show more of the "woods" through the gate, as at the moment it looks more like a open road with woods on each side rather than actually going into one of them.

    RichLyons: Cool characters, but I think I enjoyed yours more as a pure environment. And thanks for sharing your reference and showing how it should be done

    thanks for the feedback as well for those who took the time, I tried to look into it to see what I could do. I'm not sure if I'm doing it right though.. just experimenting a lot.. next time I''m going to get some reference instead of being all stupid... vand why is my focal point at the tree where nothing is going on.. ill probably draw in a second character sitting there
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    RichLyons, heh! weird juxtaposition but your strong drawing skillz pull it all together for some reason, nice!

    pokepetter, Wicked textures! could do with a little more definition though imo.

    Beelow, Looking nice so far man, Atmos effect on the left side distant trees might be a bit too strong atm? but then you probably haven't worked that area up yet anyway so i'll shut up.

    Had enough of working on mine so here's final image. Well done everyone

    ~J

    EOW 146 Into the woods

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    i'm sure you've all decided that I have absconded into the wood work. I haven't just been off grid and off planet for a little while
    I will catch up ... I promise

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    Zilrion: nice entry, quite surreal. Only flaw i would say is the colour on the tree from the foreground seems to be a little off, maybe turn it into more of a dull tone instead of a vibrant orange/yellow.

    Rusty: Beautiful entry, love the sense of atmosphere in the piece, very secretive and natural, also the light lingering around works very well, i'd love to go there .

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    Rusty-No worries rusty, please do crit me whenever you get the chance. You've pretty much stopped me from getting lazy, so I am correcting it. Thank you!

    Zilrion-Thanks Zilrion!

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    I will post just for the crits! Don't show mercy. Won't write anything else (i know i got some nerve...).

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    @Knut:
    When you are this early in the process, scale the pic down a little more. Its still very rough and easier to read, when its small.

    At the moment its hard to tell what exactly you are aiming for, so try to work it out just a little more or give a short comment on it, like what atmorsphere is wanted, what time- and light situation...

    For now I would say:
    Dont use pure black and white so much, it kills pictures. A shadow is more vibrant when it has a color in it (same for the light)

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    Vaejoun thank you very much for your time and advices. Anything could help me at this moment, cause it' s really my first serious attempt on environmental work.
    It is a sample of a work in progress educational adventure game. There will be some backgrounds and frames with the characters in front where the dialoges will take place. This piece is supposed to be near Bran, a Romanian village at the sunrise, Spring. Also i tried t experiment with different brushes. I think it's a bit too full from composition' s view. I will try to improve it keeping in mind what you said about blacks/ whites (as much as my fresh dislocated shoulder will let me...).
    Here's a smaller pic.
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    The next round has already been under way for some time now - we better get a poll up, other wise people won't get much time to vote for this round, when the next round is already done too.

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    INTO THE WOODS

    Done on photoshop. I think I had just watched Avatar when I did this lol

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    This was a really strong round of results... Hopefully we get a poll soon
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