Please give some advices
Last edited by Deniboy; October 3rd, 2012 at 06:16 AM.
Yeah could do with being smaller pics. Nice environments though, maybe you could do with some sharper edges of things in the light but its hard to tell if its from the jpegs being so large
I agree that you could post smaller images with better quality.
Well, you got a better sense of composition than me, hahaha! There is nothing I can say about this aspect, maybe add more objects and details.
I can advice, although, that you could add more visual interest to your illustrations through the use of shaper edges and more color variation, specially in the light/shading. The shadows usually aren't really only different values of the same colors, but they vary their hue. I can see you did this a bit with some elements in background - atmosphere effects - but not so much with the ones in the foreground.
Also, try to get more contrast using darker colors. I know it's hard, but it will give a sharper look. By now they look too dry.
You could try to do some photostudies, they can teach many things about colors and contrast.
Keep the good work! My favourite so far is the black & white one, it's dynamic and I liked the values and the rocks.
here you go
you just have to look for what interest you
here we were talking a bit about composition, but ow it's dead
and the last advice
don't sit here and wait for help, move and find it
Well, I think I can spot some of the problems you're having. The thing
is, you need to stop focusing on texture and detail, and use big, big
brushes. Use a big a brush as you possibly can to do the shapes you
want. You should do future paintings in grayscale, so you can fully
appreciate the value range you have at your disposal. You should go
all the way down to 05 % value and all the way up to 95 % value in
your picture, varying the contrast. Also, do more studies, it will make
it easier for you.
You're off to a good start, just try to improve, and study, and you'll be absolutely fine.
thanks a lot.
Bellow my other trainings in correct resolution
Thanks Toffers . Thats realy good advice.
vessel of china
Last edited by Deniboy; November 16th, 2012 at 04:51 AM.
Heyl,Great environments! The characters look a bit flat though and the guy with the monkey looks like he's saluting Hitler still nice sketch lines !
your enviroments look great! I´m jealous. are those from imagination or referenced?
Work and work
trying to use color shem and composition of FZD
there is more
good job man! dont give up on enviros.i see potential here
Here is about 9 h of work
Last edited by Deniboy; November 15th, 2012 at 10:24 AM.
Need advaces for color shem
I would suggest using multiple hues within the objects/surfaces that you paint. You're starting to do that a wee bit in your sunlight and shadow parts sometimes, but you could definitely push that for a more vibrant effect. I think the color scheme for your latest work is fine, though the composition of it all seems a little unbalanced because of the large amount of objects on the right side of the canvas, and the emptiness on the left. You have no clear focal point right now, which makes it confusing and thus less interesting to look at.
Overall you're making nice progress, though I'd watch your values as well. Don't be afraid to vary with hue and value within an object itself (think of secondary lights hitting your objects, environment light etc), and beware of making the contrast in your work too high or too low throughout the image.
Keep studying, and try to look at shapes, values and hues very objectively. Draw and paint what you see, not what you think you see!
Thanks! I feel some in color unnatural, but still cant do correct. Also many thanks for composition, because i even doesnt looked at problem with composition.
Last edited by Deniboy; August 3rd, 2012 at 12:06 PM.
after many studies i tried to paint some more complex
After over 3 month in sketch up, i made it fof 3 hours
this is for chalenge
Last edited by Deniboy; November 8th, 2012 at 08:59 AM.
one of parts my practices