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08 August 2010, 12:35 PM
"A walk in the snow"
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08 August 2010, 04:47 PM
Painter 30MN

Painter 25MN

08 August 2010, 09:57 PM
25 min in PS for this cheesy paint
I had to cover it with an effect .
Your works are great guys btw.

08 August 2010, 09:57 PM
I really like your work guys .

08 August 2010, 11:19 PM
Great job guys:thumbsup:

About half an hour. PS

08 August 2010, 11:56 PM
One false start. 25mins pen down 5 mins extra colour correcting and messing about. PS.

Good work everyone. Love yours Okzorg.

08 August 2010, 12:46 AM
nice works...but i can only see 2 entries :/
apparently i had same idea as Okzorg :)

CP+PS, ~20mn

08 August 2010, 05:44 AM
apparently i had same idea as Okzorg :)

haha, apparently you took it a bit further... with that yellow spot :D

08 August 2010, 09:05 AM
Hello guys, so here is my walk in the snow. I think I'm shying away from strong colors, I think the next sketch i'll work on some contrast.

25min on PS

I really like Okzorg's take on this, the way that it has been painted gives that stylized feel of a postcard artwork!

08 August 2010, 03:14 PM

photoshop, ~12 mins?

08 August 2010, 12:00 PM
Photoshop and 30 min (5 min mostly to make a change in composition ratio)

1st one: Value might need to be worked on to get better contrast in your image? Just a thought.
2nd: Much better! :D Easier to see compared to first one.
Sorry your image isn't working atm.. :( Can't give you a comment...
Okzorg: Love that style! Definitely postcard artwork like tzolking suggested. Great composition, colors, and values. Contrast and such, no problem! Keep it up!
MrScabs: Gotta love this most of all for "mood" feeling, it is awesome and the values/colors are right on. Colour correcting and such probably paid off in this, but try to keep that in mind and do it right in the first place so the correcting process is less needed... that way you can keep yourself challenged. Know what I'm saying? :) Just a thought!
Creeto: Haha!!! Snow gotta have a nice yellow dye, yes! ;) Only thing I'm disappointed about is... why didn't you make an art in the snow too :( maybe your dog is an artist! ;) Hehe great usage of values!
tzolking: Nice entry :) I don't think you're shying away from strong colors, I tink it's more of values that you need to work on. The colors come later because right now, I See that the colors are ok... just that the values are too low to show contrast between the background and the person. Try darkening the values for this gal?
Pipichu: What a long yellow scarf you have! Nice style you got. Simple, but effective. :D Red eyes.. they always rock the art world eh?

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