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    Lovely work so far, many of these are simply outstanding. Thank you for the comments. Here's the final...

    E.O.W Round #185: At the Banks of the Glowing River

    Every year at spring the people come to the river, each lighting a lantern in prayer. They say the first lantern taken by the water spirit is the first prayer to be answered, but that's silly... everyone knows they're answered all at once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmageddon View Post
    update - I put some color on it. . .
    I have no clue yet about all these photoshop tools and tricks and textures and such, so for me it's just the round brush all the way!

    Any thoughts?

    I think perspective is a little off on this one but nice concept
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    Alex.Zelenski: thanks for pointing that out
    I was too lazy to use construction lines so perspective is just eyeballed.
    Thanks to you I decided to add perspective lines to see what happened.
    This is the result. Not too bad, but a little off, particularly in the distance.
    I had to broaden the image to get the perspective lines to the left on the horizon - maybe this broader composition is better? I don't know.

    Argh! Wrote comments/crits on everyones work and now its all gone! *#$#@!!
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    Awesome stuff here

    First sketch...magical, subterranean river.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmageddon View Post
    Alex.Zelenski: thanks for pointing that out
    I was too lazy to use construction lines so perspective is just eyeballed.
    Thanks to you I decided to add perspective lines to see what happened.
    This is the result. Not too bad, but a little off, particularly in the distance.
    I had to broaden the image to get the perspective lines to the left on the horizon - maybe this broader composition is better? I don't know.

    Argh! Wrote comments/crits on everyones work and now its all gone! *#$#@!!


    Sorry to hear the crit mishap. But I guess it just looks like the river bank in the foreground is more like a ledge that you are standing on looking down. Idk may just be me. Looks nice none-the-less.
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    Perspective

    I would suggest that the feeling of strange perspective comes from the size of the trees further back in the composition. In particular those by the horizon.

    Hope You don't mind the paintover

    Nice Work people!
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    Oh man, there are some tough acts to follow in here. Everyone's work is awesome! Working on an environment based on a river that flows from a great tree. Going for an Aquarius type of theme.
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    There are nice image here! This is my first time participating in the community activities here.
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    here is a second sketch as I had some time left today, really great entries so far!
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    ...progress
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    Progress so far
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    Awesome as work on here so far!

    here's an update from me... hopefully one more chance to edit...
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    Glowworm River

    Hey! Here's a WIP of my first environment--I'm not very skilled at landscapes, so any feedback would be HUGELY appreciated.

    This is a very tiny, glowing river...of larvae. They migrate across the mushroom desert before they reach their mecca, a giant tree, where they undergo pupation to become magnificent--and yes, glowing--insects.

    Come to think of it...does this still count as an environment if the river is alive?
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