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Old 02 February 2007   #46
Thanks Tom for all of your post here! Thanks for the files, video, gif and any step by step. All of these little things for you are really precious for us.
Originally Posted by T-Scholes: Thanks for listening to me ramble

No thanks to you, the ramble was really pleasant dude

Old 02 February 2007   #47
Those landscapes are so sweet - and great to see the step by step gif! Do you have gifs for the other pieces?


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Old 02 February 2007   #48
All of your work is great, I always enjoy watching a recording of an artist working. Been following your sketchbook thread on conceptart for a long time.

I don't know if anyone else is having a problem but it keeps saying the file is corrupted when I extract from this one-

Part One: Sketch to Block in to Face

I've downloaded it twice already and I get the same problem.
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"The greatest failure is the failure to try."-William Ward
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Old 02 February 2007   #49
Hecartha: Hehehe, seemed like a ramble. Glad you are enjoying the demos man, makes me happy

Rebecca: Hmm, I'll have to look at the other files but I'm not sure if they have much to look at or if I saved much of the progress. You do know they are all technically variations of the first right?

SirRon: Haha, really? Who are you on CA? Thanks for letting me know about the corrupt file, I downloaded it too and got the same result. Must have happened in the upload, thankfully I have a 'hardcopy', will re-upload it tomorrow. Thanks!
Old 02 February 2007   #50
I'm on CA as Sirron I have a sketchbook thread there but I don't update it as often as the one here.

Looking forward to the new upload.
Ephesians 2:8
"The greatest failure is the failure to try."-William Ward
My Sketchbook
Old 02 February 2007   #51
Okay doke, sorry to keep you waiting (New Up)
Old 02 February 2007   #52
Godlen Thread !

Great to see u here mate...Lovely works as usual..BIG THANX for sharing all the beautiful works of urs...

Looking forward for MORE !
Old 02 February 2007   #53
Ooh! Thanks so much for putting these ups. I can't wait to look at them (once I get some school work done). Thanks so much!
Old 02 February 2007   #54
awesome stuff man. keep posting.


Old 02 February 2007   #55
Shyam: SHYAM! What up man! Thanks for the kind words man, you been doing great yourself you know! Cheers buddy.

Asatira: Hehe, I should have paid more attention in school :\ Good luck!

michael-olszak: thanks! I will.

Update below!
Old 02 February 2007   #56
Landscape Demo and PSD:

PSD and Other Files:

If you'll notice I've stretched the final result a bit, some other changes too probably... hehe. Also, I worked with the canvas flipped around a few times but changed it in the GIF to avoid confusion. Download the PSD for a closer look!

Happy to answer any questions!
Old 02 February 2007   #57
another great one!

keep them coming.
Old 03 March 2007   #58
Hmm, nice, but what I really want to see is step by steps for that next batch. Sigh, you and your prodigiousness...

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Old 03 March 2007   #59
Saiko: Thanks for the feedback hehe, helps to know people are looking at these. Will keep it up
Rebecca: Humm, what batch? Cheers girly! Oh and, thesisthesisthesis. :P

Update below!

Last edited by T-Scholes : 03 March 2007 at 10:24 PM.
Old 03 March 2007   #60
Landscape Walkthrough and PSD:

Okay! Figured I'd write this up while it was still fresh in my mind; happy that you guys are interested!
So, always nervous about sharing 'trade secrets', feels like a rumpelstiltskin moment - that and you find out just how much of a hack I am...

Full Res PSD: (A little small actually haha!)(14mb RAR file)

Notes: Final result is flipped horizontally. I actually worked back and forth at times, I felt it worked best as flipped in the final. Brushes used; default round brush! hehe. Settings; size at 70% minimum diameter, size to pressure, flow and opacity to pressure. Manual Opacity always at 100%, manual flow at 100% or 60%.

1 - Previous image used as resource, normally the borders would be transparent but saving as a JPEG doesn't allow this.

2 - Something a little new for the process, just adding in some backdrop. This is a previous version that didn't pan out.

3 - Check the PSD for more steps; here I am just playing with shapes some more. Duplicating parts of the canvas, flipping and transforming sometimes and using darken/lighting layer modes to combine.

4 - More shape play, I have some idea of what I want at times and other times no clue; just experimenting until something catches my eye. Note the crappy sihoulettes of that man popping up :|

5 - Clone Stamp and repainting. Covering seams and fleshing out the terrain a bit.

6 - Refining, painting. Note the cave in the bottom right, was again just playing with shapes but later decided against it.

7 - Oo, big change. This layer is actually a duplicate of all that is above, stretched out and transformed on a lighten layer. Take a closer look in the PSD if you please

8 - Little bit more refinement and then a higher value slightly warm 'glaze' using a multiply layer. I did this not only to change the palette a bit but also I wanted to paint in some clouds and had lost my upper value range.

9 - Started the clouds, still taking it easy on my value range and not really committing to any firm shapes at the moment.
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