|03 March 2013||#1|
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CGS_CGS DSF 3010 45mn "The End of the Road"
"The End of the Road"
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|03 March 2013||#4|
Yeah, I was trying to go for more of the purple type angry looking storm clouds. Maybe find a good reference for them next time
How do you do all the textures in yours, with the splotches, scratches and pock marks in the cement?
Looks really nice, the wheels seem extremely detailed!
|03 March 2013||#5|
Illustrator - Graphic Designer
Join Date: May 2010
End of the road
Doomtoo, looks like our characters took the same road.
Elmo, you nailed the concept again.
First attempt. Aborted after 20 minutes. At first there was a car, but I really messed up that thing. It felt like it didn't go anywhere. I think the title was creeping up on me.
Second attempt. 45 minutes.
Speedpaint video: click here
Last edited by Stylegraphics : 03 March 2013 at 09:38 PM. Reason: I added a link to the speedpaint video of my post
|03 March 2013||#7|
Join Date: Sep 2008
doomtoo - I usually paint in Photoshop and use custom brushes and textures. Some of the scratches I do by hand, some of them I just mark with textured brush.
Stylegraphics - thanks. I really like the way you played with your second sketch. Gives the impression that you keep it loose to the end. I like the angle, makes the sketch look very monumental. Nicely done
Sazem - very good colors. I like that approached this topic from another angle - this is very optymistic and calm, and reminds that when one road ends, another begins. Great job
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