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Hi everyone and happy new year!
Here a bunch of my work I've done in 2009.
Hope you like it!
Last edited by d-co; January 15th, 2010 at 06:39 AM. Reason: The thumbnail.
Great style, great jobs
Really good work here!
Thanks for posting!
Thanks guys for your feedbacks.
I find your work to be inspiring, I am currently working on my thesis for my Masters degree and I found your particular style in tune with what I want to use for matte paintings for my 5 minute animation film. I was wondering if you could give me some pointers on how you developed your style, what software you use and brushes for all those awesome textures?
My e-mail is: Dreamquakestudios@yahoo.com
great work..love the 4th one
Great work indeed. An excellent style, very vibrant and appealing scenes. Keep it up
Thanks a lot, I'm glad you like it!
Thor_of_Olympus: I always use Photoshop for my work. I use the same brushes that most other people. A lot of great artists shared their brushes on their website. And for textures I use a lot of photography (I often take pictures of a wall, wood, metal, rock) that I distort or not.
Then I play with layers until I have the good effect. This is how I usually proceeds. Hope my answer helps you. I'm french and it's not really easy to explain something in english. If you have other questions I'll try to answer you as I can.