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@Basti I´ll try D:
1. Tried to go after a tutorial by Matt Kohr
2. et 3. 100% opacity(again); wanna get faster; aaaand clouds have way too much gradients!
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Yeaah. Have my sketchbook like 2 weeks already : D
Went to google looking for archers. Someone knows an awesome site with lots of pictures of medieval stuff? Just in case, haha.
yeah, maybe you'll find some useful archer refs
HERE and HERE keep at it man!
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@Basti Wooow, thanks mate! Have to look through the pages now.
Looking at brush strokes of one of algenpfleger´s cloud studies. Second one is a color blob, that´s supposed to be clouds .
Did some clouds again. Still have big problems seeing proper colors and values in color mode.
Clouds! I begin to like painting these, lol.
these are getting better and better dude !
@Sebastian Thanks man. Gotta keep doing them. They are still missing something.
1. study(noticed how i use pen pressure waaaay too much)
Looks great so far!
Maybe you need to spend more time on one of your studies, just every now and then.
Watch out for the dark values in the forest study (2). The background is too dark.
Hay, thanks dude. I already spent a loooot of time on the clouds, haha. I´m way too slow. And you are totally right with the forest. Actually I wanted the background to be more crowded with trees, but I totally messed up.
Again landscapes. Have problems imagining them(elements and composition), so gotta keep doing studies to get a visual library. Only looking at images of landscapes won´t do anything, in my opinion.
Studies of paintings by Frederic Edwin Church. He had this illuminated feeling in his paintings, which is quite awesome.
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