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Thread: Krigbranns Picture Book
August 17th, 2007 #105
Thank you Annisahmad. I have no intention to give up any other media but Digi is current favorite and Automotive stuff is my current favorite subject. Give it about three weeks. I'll be up to my eyeballs in traditional work...
However, I can't seem to remember ever critiquing your stuff...
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Nice cars mate, thanks for posting in my SB by the way
If you are stuck as far as where to go next in your car drawings, just try detailing one section and keep moving along, letting the detail spread in a way
I am not the best source for digital painting help :p so take it with a grain of salt mate
keep it up
August 17th, 2007 #107
I'll try that jedininjaman. And I'll be in your sb soon.
August 18th, 2007 #108
Just mixing it up a little bit.
August 18th, 2007 #109
And general Sillyness.
August 18th, 2007 #110
You're improving, Max
I like how you're throwin' in some random stuff to change it up in your SB -- let's see more of that! Self-portraits, still lifes, pastel work, (real) paint, animals, bring it!
Keep on keepin' on
PS. If you haven't gotten any yet, here's where I found mine: http://placidchaos.com/Loomis/
Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803
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August 18th, 2007 #111
Thanks (Awesome) Amontillado. Speaking of animals...
lil lion/color study.
August 18th, 2007 #112
PS, I have a question, does it help quality if you work on a very large canvas in photoshop, then when your done, move to a smaller one?
Last edited by Krigbrann; August 18th, 2007 at 12:48 PM.
August 18th, 2007 #113
Like to see more of the manikin frame studies, I also liked the lion/color study. In response to your question, quality is truly dependent on your resolution. If you look in the Image Size menu there should be a box that says Resolution...and the units are in pixels per inch...The higher the number the better the quality. Though usually 300 is more than enough for most people's needs and it will allow you to resize your work to a fairly large soze and not lose the quality. In additional response, you could work on a very large canvas to get the same effect, but its much easier on photoshop I believe to work on a decent sized canvas at higher res than a large canvas with medium resoultion. The size I usually use is standard letter size or sometimes an 11in by 11in at 300 dpi. That means that there are 300 pixels for every inch. That should be enough...
August 18th, 2007 #114
Also thought I should add....your screen is probably displaying at 72dpi or 96 (some monitors do that I think) so the drawings won't appear to be different at different dpi's, but when you print, the dpi is clearly visible...low dpi will make things look like they were printed from a sega genesis...while high will look that they were printed from a ps3...but one warning, the higher the dpi, the harder photoshop works, I haven't known anyone who absolutely needed anything above 300 (a few people have used 600, but it was an enormous image, at my school, so 150-300 should be fine for you).
August 18th, 2007 #115
Hahahaaa!Whats this????A tunning thread?An art thread?NO!!!!Is a mix!!!!!TUNNING ART!!!Yeah!!Nice SB,man!!!Just one thing,I know is booooring,but make lots of anatomy studies.It will help you a lot!!
August 18th, 2007 #116
Leadster618: Although I'm pretty much use Photoshop more than anyone I know personally, I have never had any formal training in Photoshop so you have been IMMENSELY helpful. However, my mom (go ahead and laugh) has had advanced Photoshop training but isn't artistic enough to know what to do with it. Thank you so much for your help and now that I finally have some Andy Loomis stuff, I'm going to be doing some more manikin frame studies.
Camara: Anatomy studies aren't' that boring... unless its fat people.
I'm going to try to work on that alot more and take a break from the cars.
August 19th, 2007 #117
I said I would work on it and thats what I'm doing hoe.