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    Urban environment practice.
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    I should go and die in a hole...

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    You're getting pretty good at environments and armor design, but one thing that sticks out that really needs improvement is your flesh and hair. It doesn't help anything that you seem to be painting every single hair cluster, creating an area of semi-vertical lines that draw a lot of attention to themselves. Lower the contrast, lose most of the internal edges, and do some life/photo studies or master copies. You also need to spend some more time on your faces, both with anatomy and rendering flesh in general.

    I've attached a quick paint-over to give some idea of what I mean, though you may want to go for something less stylized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmallPoly View Post
    You're getting pretty good at environments and armor design, but one thing that sticks out that really needs improvement is your flesh and hair. It doesn't help anything that you seem to be painting every single hair cluster, creating an area of semi-vertical lines that draw a lot of attention to themselves. Lower the contrast, lose most of the internal edges, and do some life/photo studies or master copies. You also need to spend some more time on your faces, both with anatomy and rendering flesh in general.

    I've attached a quick paint-over to give some idea of what I mean, though you may want to go for something less stylized.
    Thanks for the advice. Will do..or at least I'll be trying.

    Truth be told, I uh...kind of fail at all areas still. But definitely need more studies~


    Here's a matte painting I'm working on..

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    Classwork...
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    And the finished one...plus a couple of spaceship speedpaintings.

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    Corrected a few mistakes on this one.

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    And this one..

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    Wow man, great stuff! the texturing on that armor is great!

    Also, I think more color would do justice to the sky on that dragon illustration. The black seems too unnatural and kind of kills it. even an incredibly dark but saturated blue could work.

    Congrats on that urban setting one, the simplicity of it is great considering youve conveyed so much content matter in it...amazing! Keep working hard, this SB is nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyMan View Post
    Wow man, great stuff! the texturing on that armor is great!

    Also, I think more color would do justice to the sky on that dragon illustration. The black seems too unnatural and kind of kills it. even an incredibly dark but saturated blue could work.

    Congrats on that urban setting one, the simplicity of it is great considering youve conveyed so much content matter in it...amazing! Keep working hard, this SB is nice
    Thanks man! : )

    Hmmm, I get your point. Perhaps I'll add a little color to it later.

    I will do my best!

    And thanks for dropping by! It's kind of lonely in my thread...

    Here's a tank study I finished.

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    I like your tank study, I think it's one of the strongest paintings you have here. I like that you didn't over-render it, and it looks very solid.

    SmallPoly had a good tip about painting hair too.
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