I'm interested in street art and expressionism, and animation.
anything that you could suggest would be extremely helpful.
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Interesting, I like it.
ive always wanted to paint landscapes, or really just anything, but painting and rendering pretty much has me scared off it.
however pixels is one of the things i can comfortably experiment with, and hopefully i can transpose what i learn with them to anti-aliased brushes and painting works eventually.
I like that first piece a lot, really kewl style.
On the subject of getting into landscapes, maybe these will interest you:
It's kind of the same idea as your pixel art, so maybe you'll be more comfortable with it.
ooh! that's a wonderful video. i'm afraid detailing is really where my mind gets blown, but these at least are helping me get my forms right first, i suppose that's how i'm supposed to do things! i tried a small but non-pixel landscape, not sure how i feel about it.
ah, well. practice!
amazing little tutorials there, i think i have seen things from ctrl+paint before, very excellent teacher c:
tried to apply some of what he was saying about a photo reference, with a brush tool instead of a pixel tool:
then did some more pixel detailing to prove to myself that i'm not utterly hopeless and can indeed spend time on something without ruining it:
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how can i get sharper, more defined textures? bluhh.
Mmm, I love the first canid-styled one.
your use of color is soothing ah
Paint them in? Not really sure what you mean, but a lot of concept artists get their texture either from photo overlays or custom brushes they make(you can also download some sometimes).
There is a few videos on texture at Ctrl+Paint:
Attachment 1931987 still trying to paint... i don't know if i'm making any progress