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Thread: Environments of Tomas Honz
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Beautiful stuff! I LOVE the city-scape...
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November 2nd, 2011 #7
Really nice work. Gorgeous rendering and a fantastic sense of light (something I'm always a sucker for). I'm not sure where you're at with your career or where exactly you want to take your work, but I have one piece of general advice: you need to make these environments more interesting.
Right now--as beautifully painted as they are--they're fairly empty. Sure, some of them you're starting to put interest into it. I just think you need more. For instance the tundra--what are we supposed to look at? Slapping a figure in there gives an easy focal point (God knows how many times I've done that myself), but there should be something distinctive about the landscape itself. We've seen ice, we've seen snow. What we haven't seen is your original take on those things.
Please don't take this the wrong way--your work is really, really nice. I just think with a small push in the right direction you could be rolling in high-paying gigs (if you aren't already).
Best of luck, man.
November 3rd, 2011 #8
Thank you guys for kind replies!
Noah Bradley: Believe it or not but you are not a first guy telling me that. And even though I like doing empty ladscapes I should definetely work on making them more interesting and "mine". Thank you man, comments like this help to open one's eyes.
And these are few latest commisioned works I did and managed to get permission to share.
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I think I just saved most of these on my hard drive
The only remark I would have is about the last pic in your first post. The branches of the trees seem too rushed and compared to ever other element, seems to me they lack in volume and weight.
But overall, GREAT enviros and mood.
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soooo awesome! love the scale and vibrant atmospheres !
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