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    Environment concepts

    This my posts in this thread to environmental concept design.

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    good...

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    Interesting style looks painted but realistic at the same time

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    If your going to use reference from different sources take the time to change it enough to make the lighting consistent. The snow capped mountain in the distance has the light coming from the opposite direction as the foreground and cliffs in the middelgorund.

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    Im there with dpaint. but in all seriousness, how are we/ anybody supposed to give an honest feedback of your work if you only post 1 pic. Atleast include a link tour portfolio or da page.

    Also, adding in the figure is usually a great way to show perspective/ scale, but in this case for me, doesn't really belong. I mean, if there is a wrecked plane, shouldn't there be people by the plane or with the guy. This is just being a bit picky, but I think you could us some other props to show off scale.

    Maybe add some FX to the plane, smoke, fire, etc.

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    What's going on with the edge of that rock formation on the left? It's quite distracting. I do like the style here.

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    Thanx to all

    Hi to All

    My pleasure you all have pointed out the mistakes and the errors flows in my art , I am really grateful those have fetch out the mistakes which is now been considered in the next painting/art , submitted by me, in nxt few moments,

    All I wanted to share that , basically as an first attempt of my digital matt painting, though being involved in Comics pages i dont get time to explore more about the styles. So I request you all to please don't hesitate to point out the mistakes. I will really appreciate this

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    Found a crashed plane

    All I wanted to share that , basically as an first attempt of my digital matt painting, though being involved in Comics pages i dont get time to explore more about the styles. So I request you all to please don't hesitate to point out the mistakes. I will really appreciate this

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    Portfolio

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that is some kick-ass improvement right there!

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    yes very... pretty

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    Really has a sweet watercolor feel to it. Although I do think the mountain to the right that is closer to us would benefit if it were extended out of the canvas. It is competeing with the mountain in the background a bit. That would really show off scale much better.

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    Nice brushwork, and yeah everything is really convincing as long as you keep your lighting consistent; just watch for that.

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  • I was thinking maybe don't compose everything in the middle of the piece. Even a slight shift from the center will make the composition more interesting.

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    great color and saturation as well as brush stroke. This done traditionally or digital? If digital, which program? I think that water around that person would have more ripples then that.

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    i would assume this is done in photoshop or painter. gee

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    amazing!

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    really cool! after zooming out/moving back a little, i agree with haohaohayashi that maybe the focal point(s) could be moved off center a bit, but this one looks much better overall. i still like the contrast between light/dark in your first one though.
    really cool painting style!

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    love it!

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    I understand that you are working toward composing authentic landscapes from found sources, however using the artwork of another is quite frowned upon especially without credit. The bottom half of your image is definitely from a Jaime Jones Piece.

    Some of the other elements seem familiar but i can't place them... Khang Le perhaps.

    In order to learn you must be willing to fail. Using bits of others' successful images won't get you far.


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    absolutely love that last one

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    I don't quite agree with what RaWIII wrote. There is nothing wrong in taking ideas of others and he obviously painted that image or at least I don't see anything that would be cloned. Of course he borrowed the set-up, but why is that wrong exactly? This forum as well as any other is full of people who steal ideas, technique and set-ups of others.

    Sherawat, next time, admit all the inspiration, just to be sure.

    I like your image btw

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    dude you cant just take another artists work into photoshop and paint on top of it, no matter if its not in the final image its just not the done thing. if you cant paint a character from scratch then its best to learn how to do that before jumping in to a final concept. that also goes for a lot of other stuff with consistant lighting, if you cant paint something from scratch then theres a good chance you dont understand lighting, that means when it comes to using photos then you cant recognise when something is wrong.

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    Im really diggin this stuff! The paintings definitely feel like the have depth and atmosphere. keep it up, man!

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    I think the first one was a bit of a cut&paste, but the rest are pretty good. The second one really needs some color on the man in the foreground. Nothing to say about the two last ones because they are probably much better than what I can mock up.

    The strokes on the last one are very interesting. May I ask what kind of technique are you using, and how much is refrence?

    Edit: LOL, nevermind.

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    Looks very good, but I believe the gray over the rocks, in the first pic, is a bit out of place. Something abou the tone I believe. It´s to much different from the colors of the nearest areas.

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