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Fun topic, and some awesome entries so far! I've never done a EoW, first time.
Here's a WIP:
Want to get more depth going on, so I'll have to get some more color in there, it's pretty basic right now. But I wanted to try doing a vertical composition instead of horizontal.
Keep it going!
Would you kindly visit my sketchbook and help me become a better digital artist?
Wip number 2, using the acrylic painting i did + photoshop.
Think I'll go with this one instead of the ideas I had before
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This is definately one of the best rounds i've seen ever done in the EoW setting... I am pleased.
"Take credit for anything embedded in the edit as long as you ment it when you said It"
Update, might be finished, not sure
new update needs more contrast to define the fore/mid/background started to add some detail to the ship
Incredible art guys, Xbert, the ghostly mood of your piece is very convincing, and MatejaPetkovic, yours is plain stunning
So here's my final, not much time spent on it but here we go.
Thanks for watching,
All the best.
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Well, there are a ton of fantastic entries here.
Merl1n, that is indeed truly inspired.
Now for something a little different... Final.
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