Digital Painting Process: Comprehensive Light, Value, Color, and Perspective Study
hey everyone. some people were asking for a full blown tutorial, so here is my attempt at one. i never realized how boring it is when you try to break down each step, so i hope people dont fall asleep before its over. first here is the final image. i posted this a few days ago in my sketchbook thread, but throught it would make a good image to make the tutorial from.
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Amazing work thanks for the tutorial m8.
wow, you have some incredible tones. great work.
thanks for putting that together! pretty amazing :o
IM KIND of new here
i just loved your tutorial so much
you did an excalent job making it and explaning really really well
i loved the tips you trew in such as flip the peace evry here and then
wich creates an eliusion of a new pic and you can find the mistakes and currect them
the entire idea of windows and reflection
i know it might be a lot to ask but
if theres any chance you have another tutorial to post up here id love to go over it to
Did you have an idea of what you wanted to the picture to look like before you started out, if so, why did you use the funny shaped brush for rectangle like shapes?
The detail is immense when it's zoomed out, why did you use such a large resolution and how long did it take?
I think that this tutorial is great, thanks for posting it and hope that you can post another one in the near future.
Thanks so much for the tutorial.. I always thought images like that were done using sketches.. very nice work.
thanks for tut
Sharpen it all up would make it cooler.
But good tutorial!
i love you... i want to marry you
Just what i was looking for, thank you! thank you so much!
I don't wish to seem offensive but I think the tutorial can hinder people more than it can help.
It's fairly obvious that you worked this from a photo reference.
Comments like "don't forget to add interesting little shapes of light" without any explanation of how you are deciding on these points also indicate this, as if you were drawing this from scratch you'd have an understanding of the surrounding buildings you were putting in that create these shadows.
There's also no explanation of perspective either so really this seems more like just a demonstration of a drawing you did rather than an actual tutorial on reproducible methods of illustration.
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That was a very informative piece of work. I thank you very much. Great work. When i first saw the picture i had to second guess whether or not it was a real photograph!
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