you got some really kewl envis there. is especially like this bw one with the stairs in it. btw wo kommste denn genau her?
My Sketchbook is here: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...16#post1602316
have fun all
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Thanks for the kind words guys. But don't hold back with critique
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Image from yesterday or so, inspired by old paintings i found somewhere in the internet.
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Some very rough and quick stuff from this morning
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I really appreciate this coming from you, it means a lot to me =)
Even if i was way too lazy in the past, i have some more and my new homepage should be online soon. One from this morning and a sketch i work out more for my portfolio
Realy great enviros!!!
I'll second D@niel! Great, quick environments. I could learn some stuff from these, I always go into details and can't make a big brush environment. I'll try some more after seeing these.
Love the last one especially. Would be nice if you pushed it a little further. It has potential, in my opinion. I do like stuff that's blown to pieces, old, ruined.
Yeah, keep going, show more!
*jaw hits ground*
*unstoppable drooling incoming*
That is some amazing scenery. The last one on the right (the first one you posted) is just jaw dropping.
The Eternity Wars
D@niel - Thanks!
razz - I still struggle with that problem, doing too much detail too early... but its getting better i think. The last one will be worked out as well as some more with ruined stuff for portfolio More soon
DreamstateIvory - Thank you for the kind words.
Another one for a project, experimenting more with texture and my new brushes ...
I could see a railroad appear in the last one with plumes of smoking rising to the sky. Excellence in environmental experimentation, Airage.
Keep doing you
beautiful work. All of it.
keep it up man!
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Fantastic work man. If I were you, I'd try doing some action scenes now. You obviously have a good grasp of perspective and that is an element not easily taught in school. Your brain either processes it...OR NOT. So, good job! now, I'll take my own advice and do that too haha.
I'm still alive, need to be more productive and don't play poker anymore. It's so time consuming :/
Vulgar`- Thank you for the kind comment. The railroad idea is great, when i finish the image for my new portfolio i'll think about it
Surion - Thanks!
RoboBobo - Thank you for the input and suggestion, i think you're so right about it.
Some more experimental and sketchy things from the last days.
Hey man. Really cool environments. What I also like in your art is trying out different things regerdless of comfort zone. Maybe add some small storytelling to your scenes to make them more alive. Soldiers going through city ruins, alpininsts climbing mountains, birds flying over the sea and so on.
Keep it up!
heya, the latest work from you is great! Nice progress there - love the ones on page 3 especially! Keep 'em coming!
Thanks guys !
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inspiring work, how long does one of your speedpaints typically take?
oalexis - Hard to say, mostly something around 1-2hours but i often start an image, then quit and come back to it later.
Some sci fi and i tried artrage, pretty cool program
wow! Cool stuff.. so inspiring.. I am subscribing on this thread... Especialy now.. when I make my first attemps in environment stuff..
what do you use as your base software?
Thank you for the update!!
It was a real pleasure looking through your sketchbook. Please continue to create! Wonderful work in here.
Going to subscribe and make sure I don't miss out!
nice enviros man!!!
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Really nice sketches. All the pages are very inspiring. Were they all done with a laptop/desktop and Wacom? Have you experimented with the DS any, for you sketches? Keep it up, very inspiring!
Thank you for the support guys!!
ekler - I use Photoshop and recently play around a little with artrage.
xbrianx - Yes, currently i only work digital on my desktop pc and tabletpc which is much fun to paint on the screen I haven't tried the DS yet but i would love to, i actually think about getting one.
I worked a little more on this one
I really like the second to last painting you posted, nice palette.
I like the second one too. It seems like a really cool idea. You should work on it some more
Awesome SB! Very inspiring!
really good stuff in here, nothing special to say but that you're going in the right way! keep on sharing
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