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    environment concepts

    Here's my 3rd and 4th attempts at enviroments. It's a setting of the beginning of a story of mine that starts with the hero guy at a dwarf/gnome fella's island-esque type home. I used brick beige and putty prismacolors. They go together real well.

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    These are really good Tarwater...
    I think they would be even better with a Little color..

    I like the way you render with markers

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    i love them!

    looks a bit like an urbanized hobbit mansion
    lving in built structures above the ground but retaining that certain earthboundness, secret corridors, circular windows and so on...

    really cool!

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    Great Concepts and Drawing skills. I like the way you blended the structures into the enviroment to define the hole thing as one. Next chapter: Color?



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    i could have sworn i posted a reply to this, but i've honestly been looking at it for the last half an hour, I'm trying to learn prespective and how to draw nice buildings and your work is helping me alot

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    Is it the same place as seen from two different angles?
    -'Cause the more I compare them, the more I think that's the case, but you didn't say, so...?

    They are both very good.


    I need to do some of this myself; draw buildings and vehicles, to get better. Although I should know how to draw them, as I spent a couple of years in school learning technical drawing(if that's even the english term for it).

    But it's been ten years, so I've forgotten a whole lot...


    Anyway - I like these, and I also think you're making progress.

    Personally I like the second one the best, because it has a more angled view.

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    ODIN SIX, gekitsu, ZeeWire - Thanks, maybe I'll try color next time.

    davi - I'm glad to be helping someone. I'm still learning perspective too.

    ¤ N G ¤ - Thanks. The first one is an initial sketch that I decided to take all the way to ink and marker, and the second is the same thing, just in a perspective angle, so you are right.

    I'm hoping to have time to do another one today.

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    I especially love the choice of position for the cottage. defendable with a good viewpoint. the rope bridge could serve as a good drawbridge perhaps???

    i'd live there..

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