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October 21st, 2011 #1
My name is Adam Dawidowicz. Living in Warsaw, Poland, 28 y.o. Freelance graphic designer on duty. As for other personal details: I've got crazy adopted dog and a girlfriend to hug. Hopefuly I will manage to keep it that way .
I have a dream - become a concept artist in game industry. Yes I know, I'm a bit old to start completely new career. But I can't get it out of my mind, so I figured out that it would be best to stop thinking and start acting. It won't be easy, I've got a lot of work to do, and a hell to learn... so here I start! Maybe someday I will surpass The Best of you
Wish me luck,
A.D. vel dtouched
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First pic is one of most recent. Two others are almost prehistory from more than two years ago. I am showing them to give you a picture how much unused skill (of painting and any other) may erode.
Apart from these, there will be only new stuff.
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October 21st, 2011 #5
obsidian shard - maybe I will develop this one into something more
October 25th, 2011 #6
Welcome on the CA.
Nice start i like your landscapes, and color usage in your first work.
Also your latest COW wip looks very promising - don't forget to upload it here soon
October 25th, 2011 #7
Thank you Tsabu, I will upload my entries from CA's activities for sure
But for now, some quick sketch. A lesser god's - Marco the Souleater - cultist. This is another topic I hope I will develop someday.
February 19th, 2012 #8
It's been a while since my last upload. I've been practicing enviroments lately, this is one of the outcomes.
February 19th, 2012 #9
Welcome to CA!
The proportions and values on the first image are very solid
but the colors are very basic and "fake" looking.
I'm guessing you colored it from b&w by using a layer set to "color".
It's better to use an overlay layer, using colors around the value 50.
That way you can control hue and saturation on the same layer.
Photoshop also has stuff like Color Balance etc. USE IT!
On a minor note, don't use too much black. It really flattens your pictures down.
Only use black/near black for areas where there is nearly no light at all.
Hope that helps
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Very cool stuff so far i really like the most recent environment it looks great
February 19th, 2012 #11
Thank you, these are very helpful advices. I'd surely use them.
I'm glad I made something pleasant - hopefully there will be more soon
February 20th, 2012 #12
A little random doodle from today - the Wrath. Just needed to relax after whole day of poses and figures training.
February 20th, 2012 #13