uh, I think you missunderstood something ^^ the first one is like i allways did: I just blended from one colour to the other, in the mid there is the mixture of the two colours i want to blend.
The new method is the one at the bottom. That's the one I want to use more often from now on, because it just looks much more fantastic
for sad pictures the top is maybe the better choice, but I will ahve to do some tests on that
Hey love the blending study!! Definitely going to need to try that, think it could really help. Is the original method what people mean when they say the painting looks 'muddy'. I can see that making sense now
I look forward to seeing the futuristic city keep it up
nice one on the blending one, I am one of those who suffers from "muddy" colors so gonna try this on my next thing.
Also the city is looking great so far, the only thing that looks a bit weird to me is that square at the far right, I think the top line is exactly at horizon level so it may look better being a straight line, but Im not really sure what it is yet so whateve
I know that technique to draw straight lines, though I feel like it's very difficult with my current tablet. It's to small or something. Also I wonder how I can rotate the canvas in photoshop. I know there is the function, but I got to look up how to do again ^^
Hey man, youve made some progress already. A couple things: Its good that youre doing studies but try and study something relevant that you can apply to current work. For your digital the one of the three kids is a big improvement, working with bigger blocks to start with and building up will keep things more solid and less messy.
Try not to worry so much about the quantity of studies you are doing and focus on quality. Remember, youre doing them to learn so look at the form and the light and find what it is that piece has to teach you and you will improve faster
Thanks for the motivating words!! Now every day I feel too lazy I can remember that and hopefully get startet again ^^
Thank you for the link too!! I found it some days ago accidently too, and I must say it's incredibly helpfull. A lot of information, explained with tiny pictures and examples. Thank you so much, it's better to get some links twice than not at all ^^
hey man! stopped by here to return a favor. thx for visiting my sketchbook. i see you re improving, really shows since the first post. i like your geometric and solids studies, shows your effort. keep on exploring and keep up the good work!
by the way...how do you make the sketchbook link look good like yours?
and that link Lux gave you is awesome. thx
Great shapes, I can see that you're developing already XD
That 3rd shape's shadow sure was difficult, but that's what we need to try~"harder"
But don't neglect your references, you might have missed something~