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    My new stuffs

    Hi, all guys.
    I post my new stusffs for environment.
    These are all done by Photoshop almost.
    I use basic brushes, textures by captured pattern.
    Making these stuffs, I learn basic brushes are very important.
    Sorry for my poor English.


    Any C&C are welcome.















    Last edited by animafantasy; July 6th, 2005 at 05:18 AM.
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    I love the lushness of you pieces! Awesome work!

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    You are very talented. I love the style that you use in order to keep the lighting smooth and consistant. It doesn't have a "work in progress" feel to it like many pieces of concept art do, and I like that. Were these pieces for any specific project or just for your personal enjoyment? Either way, awesome work. I look forward to seeing your future pieces.

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    Dear Xenethyl

    Thanks your comments.
    These pieces are my personal project works.
    A few years ago, I worked in several Game developers in Korea.
    Last year, I changed a job as freelance illustrator in the Publishing world.
    Mostly, Children books, Fantasy novels and adult novels.
    Now, I make a job as Game concept artist again.
    So, These pieces are my personal sample testing project in a sense.

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    Wink Very nice

    Hi there.

    The colour and light are ure strong points! There extremely good to the eye.
    I think u probably need to make some textures stand out more such as the ground beneath the snow in the second image. All in all though, very good work allright!

    SeanD

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    The first one is a very nice painting. I think your mountains look a little unnatural though.

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    very nice and clean

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    Great stuff here. I also love that stuff on your website. I think my favorite here is the snowed in city. I liked your Abandoned City on your website though.

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    Thanks

    Thanks SeanyD.
    Your indications are very heartfully comments.
    Iim fully appreciate it.

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    Thumbs up ^^

    Great Works !!!
    Awesome

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    Tutorial of 'Castle in twilight' (Sorry for Korean Laguage description)

    Sorry for it is trasnlate not English but korean.
    I made it for korean friends today.
    So, later I will translate English for every all friends with use poor English.
    My tutorial's focus is it.

    ① Trees and glass, forest are made it simple brush(named Chalk brush in Photoshop)

    ② Canvas size are changed freely(in case, layout is not fixed first sketch)

    ④ Using Photoshop filter of Lighting Effect can Change the mood of weather, day light, sundown and dusk. (it must be use delicate, excessive Lighting
    Effect cause make it more plane not space)


    Sorry for my pooe English.






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    Very nice! Thanks for the tut.

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    I have understand everything I like colours, but some perspective corection could go. Also verticals are little banded.

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    Wow, nice work, great lighting and all.

    The only thing that's bothering me somehow is the difference between the environments and the buildings. The enviroment like the tree and stuff look really realistic, detailed and kinda fantasy like (you know, like lord of the rings and stuff). The buildings on the other hand look, in contrast to the enviroment, really clean and kinda futuristic. I don't know if this is the effect you wanted, cause the style of the building doesn't really look futuristic.

    Anyway, great work, love to see more of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by animafantasy
    Thanks your comments.
    These pieces are my personal project works.
    A few years ago, I worked in several Game developers in Korea.
    Last year, I changed a job as freelance illustrator in the Publishing world.
    Mostly, Children books, Fantasy novels and adult novels.
    Now, I make a job as Game concept artist again.
    So, These pieces are my personal sample testing project in a sense.
    That's pretty cool. Good luck with your profession. Also thanks for the tutorial, as I always enjoy looking at how others create their art.

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    Excellent detail and composition. I would like to see it a bit looser overall but thats just a personal preference : )

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    Thanks all comments.

    Thanks all friends comments.
    I translate my tutorial for Korean to English.





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    these look wonderful,
    thanks for the tutorial!

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    Tis was cool. I expetialy like colours.

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