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Name: Eric Faure-Brac
Home of one of the most famous hobbit on (midle) earth. I personnaly would love to live in such a house ;)
Critics adn comments are welcome.
10-01-2007, 08:59 AM
I want a house like that :D Lovely work though I think that the lighting and colors need some more work (the leaves, grass, etc look a bit too monochromatic).
Well done otherwise :)
Thank you, Diane :thumbsup:
I'll tell you if i build such a house, one of this day ;)
10-01-2007, 02:26 PM
i really love the whole idea here, sign me up for one of this houses too. diane had good tips that i've learned from . the house is done so well, looks so inviting. not sure about the little yellow tree growing from behind the person:rolleyes: but i love this. great job on the gate too.
10-02-2007, 06:28 AM
Very lovely style. I too agree with Dianae, hovewer. I'd suggest you to experiment little with the lightning and contrast (In Photoshop there are many tools that will help you with it: I'd personally go with Image/ Adjustments/ "Color Balance" and under that there is "Brightness/ Contrast"). I think it would serve the painting well if you would lift the contrast a bit and also darken the image. Using Color Balance tool, I might add some tones of red and warm yellow - that would give a lovely autumny athosphere :)
When I paint I have this habit of listening audiobooks to keep me working. And I'm currently listening The Lord of The Rings! (Sometimes I can't but wonder what a genius mr. Tolkien was, after the movies I had totally forgot how beautiful the books were) :D
Thank you for your comment, Claudia and Henna :)
It's true that I could use Contrast and Color balance tools to adjust my picture, but I never think about it. I think I'm using Photoshop as a traditional medium (except for textured brushes) but you're right, iot may be very helpful sometimes ^^ I'll try and fix my pics with youra advices. I also sometimes listening to music when I paint, but as usually i paint at night when my kids are sleeping, I can't put on music too much loud, and I don't appreciate too much earphones.
10-02-2007, 10:17 AM
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