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Here's the final of the landscape assignment, I had to take one the thumbnails, and blew it up and work on the composition. My instructor told me that I should add texture to the rocks and added more shadows.
Some old digital painting masterwork studies of Courbet's works (before I've taken any digital painting class). I kept relying on the blur tool and smudge tools a lot.
Again, I'm still learning. If anyone has some feedback or some tips, let me know. I still want to keep improving on my digital painting skills.
Still life exercise with Photoshop.
nice landscape, but is a bit too blurry dont you think? : ) same with portraits... bring the definition !
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Sorry for asking this, what do you mean by bring in the definition? Is the resolution size? (for some reason my images tend to get blown up o_o;, so I have to double check on that next time I submit)
Apologize for a long update, here's some more compositions.
Oooh I love what you've done.
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Ooh, those are nice compositions. My favourite's the top right.
As for definition -- I'm guessing that Rem might have meant that your portraits seem pretty blurry and soft. Some harder lines and more details would improve this.
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@America200: Thank you very much!
@Umbravita: Ahh I see now, so I might have to experiment with the harder brushes. Thanks!
Last edited by jacilynw84; September 28th, 2011 at
Here is some speed-painting studies I've done over the summer, here's one as an egg (at least I tried to make look egg-shaped). Sorry for the big image.
Here's some rocks.
I apologize for my long absence (school projects and all) here's an HUGE update, first some abstract compositions revised. The ones that are marked I liked.
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