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   Shrubz
post Feb 18 2013, 08:37 PM
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I made this peice after viewing a fantastic painting done by Djahal, an amazing concept artist and matte painter.

I base my rocks off the painting style of Duc. Truong Huyen; an artist from Vietnam.

The brushes used were mostly the basics already present in photoshop, with a few from Djahal's "Goodies" section on his website. Thank you for those Djahal
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   Smiling Demon
post Feb 19 2013, 03:26 PM
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It is a cool idea, although I think compositionally it could have been pulled off better. If you had 1 cub as a main focal in a solid position and then more further into the distance it would have worked better.

Also the rocks close up work quite well, but as you go into the distance the depth lacks quite a bit (no atmospheric haze) and it makes the mountains feel a little odd, hard to judge their scale and a little lacking in features.

Overall not bad tho, keep it up!




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