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Thread: *Updated* Today's Batch - Environments + Full PSD and Walkthrough

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    *Updated* Today's Batch - Environments + Full PSD and Walkthrough

    More from me! Most of which were done today, first one or two started yesterday. Hehe, took a lil vacation and came back inspired.

    This one goes out to Coro Kaufman who gave me some great advice and encouragement at the SF workshop Thanks man!


    Posted a PSD to that first one over here;
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=74478

    Oh hey, I made a blog; check it out!
    http://crayonboxofdoom.blogspot.com/

    Hope I calibrated my monitor properly, just reformatted. Too dark I dunno.
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lol you suck...!





Do you really belive i meant that ??? ( I say that when I become jealous ) These are really awesome Can't belive you did it in one day! Your colors are beyond my understanding, and it looks so damn good man Keep it up!

Btw, the last one feels a little empty, except for that, read what i said above awesome!

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    Nice dudeness. The colours are so nice and rich, makes me wanna go run on the grass. Good to see that you're using the brushes with more definition now sir Tom. lots of love.
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    Absolutely charming. To dare to go so monochromatic is really a challenge.
    Any chance of explaining the process?
    Really solid, dude.
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    yeah... you totally suck...
    and now get some sleep so we all have time to catch up...
    I like the first and the fourth one the most.

    The last one suffers from the sky beeing to close to the rest, valuewhise.
    I think it is also a good example where to use that quote:
    "economy..simple areas...if something is so busy that its bothersome where is its opposite...economy. the silence between beats to a songwriter."
    I think a simple blue sky could bring more interest into the composition. I'd also like to see the tree overlapping the sky. just for some depth...
    I think that a second object could help the composition (another tree, some birds... cheap tricks to add detail you know).
    That big dark area could also need some counterweight in the foreground and on the left side.

    crappy 2min overpaint:
    ▄▀▄▀▄▀■ - GORILLA ARTFARE - ■▀▄▀▄▀▄
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    pour l'amour du fuck!

    Stop making these will you! Your ability to capture colour and lighting never cease to amaze me mon ami. One day I'll build a device to suck out your painting powers and allow me to bear your children as well.

    - R
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    Simply Great! Love the colors and the geometric shapes of the surfaces. Did you use any reference? Is there a demo of those? I'm really interested in it !
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    Wow. some of the best stuff I've seen all week.
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    hhhh there you go my weekly inspiration great again
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    Really powerful clouds perspective and the rocks...rocks!
    Amazing use of colors.
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    Honestly I would like to see more structures or something in these... alot of them are just empty landscapes, big landmarks, no epic scenes being portrayed... That's what I really want to see from you, more stuff. Colors/textures good as usual. I like the first 2 alot better than the bottom 2. They have more focus, like, you created them for a reason- to portray some place or some event, whereas the others seem just like rocks and hills and things.
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    Already told you how much I love these, Tom, but I will tell you again These babies are great!!! My fav is the second one, gotta love that blueish water accent, and the steam adds to the drama.
    Cheers!
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    think the word... beautiful sums it up...
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