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Nice concepts - I really dig the skydiver one
i've added a couple of new pictures
sweet stuff, love them towers
What i can tell
Amazing stuff man
Those floating steampunkey (is that a word?) islands are great.
Thks all !
Hard to find time to draw but finally updated with 3 new pictures
Brilliant stuff Gregg. How long do you average per piece?
Thanks all for coments
thanks for your coment, about your question, it's hard to say because i did this in my free time and in several sessions, i think it's about 3 or 4 hours for each picture (from the idea to the final result).
Cool man. I really like that painterly style on the jungle-scape. Any chance of some stage by stage pics?
Keep it up.
Last edited by Pandanus; March 24th, 2009 at 08:01 AM.
Sweeeeet! Some really nice environments mate
WOW, Thats soooo awesome, I love your work. I was wondering do mind answering a question? How do you get everything to look so crisp? lately I've ben having that problem of my digital rendering looking to soft.
Thks Duman and RocketMonkey !
Pandanus » a step by step is a good idea...i'll try to take the time to do a little step by step of one of my picture.
vayne108 » if your rendering looks too soft try to use more noisy brushes and use the sharpen of photoshop, it will help.
Your work has a lof of filling to them, they look really great
post more please!
Last edited by Nokill; March 25th, 2009 at 03:44 PM.
Cool work!, i can see the strong improvement this post.
so i tried to make a "step by step" for one of my picture, there's not all the steps because i've merged some layers during my work and didn't save every second...but i think it shows pretty well the main steps.
Awesome, thanks for sharing your process!!!!
Thanks for that Gregg, interesting stuff. So a majority of your work is built off grayscale and then colored afterward?
GreaT work, I like you to the light processing, very attractive ~
Definitely,for me working in grayscale is the best way to have a good control on the lighting and the palette. i used the ovlerlay/soft light/color/color dodge for the coloration.