Huge appreciation for starting this!
Amazingly fresh stuff!
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I love your book and look through it often, BTW - yes, very inspiring!
I tried out the custom shape tip of post #4 of you and it's quite useful.
But on one hand it speeds up my workflow but on the other hand it slows it down when I use shapes. I'm used to right-mouse-click and press fill when I'm working with shapes (like pen-tool selections). But when I need to be really quick can always use the 'fill pixels'-mode.
But I have to admit working with shapes gives you a lot of freedom
Here's a real (crappy) quickie, as you can see it worked for my mountains in the background and the foreground-floor. Only the cloud-selection became quite ugly.
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I love this thread.
@Sparth, not sure if I'm missing something. Are you simply laying down shapes and transforming them at random inside of selections you make? Is this like a custom brush, but using a stamp instead of a stroke? Finally, the horizontal flip seems significant, but I feel like I must be missing something. This is edit->transform->flip horizontal, yes?
Amazing staff! Love it!
This is really wonderful advice.
and thanks to the other members who are posting their trials with the technique
Dosnt matter how you continue on, lecturing and showing people tips and tricks- But when it comes down to it... An artist must learn to express and continue on.. in the course of realizing realistic boundaries within there paintings. Do you honestly think in order to grow as an artist to get better is to educate himself in art? Open a book and learn to draw and paint? Get lectured? Just to be- the great ones ?
Am I wrong?
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I think this is a great artistic tecniuque that resume the concept of visual perception and the fascination of shape and elements repetitions.
In this case, the tecnique, requires proficiency in the management of weight and balance of the image...and you are a master in that!
The risult it's simply stunning.
Thanks for share, I think I'll try soon!
Thanks for sharing Sparth, I'm such a huge fan. You made me want to get into digital art in the first place. I look forward to a tutorial if you get a chance. In the mean time I will experiment myself. Cheers!
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