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Japanese Bridge

Post by DragonRider on Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:08 pm

This is going to be a Japanese bridge and landskape with one or two geishas on the bridge. Let me know what you think so far Smile



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Re: Japanese Bridge

Post by Sudi on Thu Mar 07, 2013 10:09 am

i like it so much so far it lloks awesome
im guessing u gonna paint all of those flowers which is super intense XD i suggest do that for the fron layer but if the white background is gonna ahve sakura trees its best to use pictures and crop them and paint over them so to much detail on abclground wont draw ur eye out of the frony layer and also geisha cant wait to see more Smile
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Re: Japanese Bridge

Post by ccchesley on Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:36 pm

I saw you painting those flowers. One trick that I use in Maya all the time that can also be used in photoshop is to paint about 4-5 flowers, then duplicate the layer, adjust the size/angle, do this several times, no one will ever know you only painted 4-5 flowers.
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Post by ccchesley on Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:38 pm

you can even put those flowers on different layers to give a bit more diversity. either way, save your wrist some painful hours.
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Re: Japanese Bridge

Post by MicAfropuff on Thu Mar 07, 2013 1:52 pm

I can't get over how awesome that bridge is looking.
In class I saw you were further done with the flowers too, and I liked where you were taking them.
Only note I would have is be aware of depth. You can achieve this by making those in the foreground detailed, then in the midground, less detailed but you can still tell their sillhouettes. As for those in the backround, you can really do like a cluster of just pinky brush strokes... really just hint that they are flowers, hardly any detail at all.
This also helps the image not seem so repetitive.

Can't wait to see the geishas!
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Re: Japanese Bridge

Post by skyledragon on Fri Mar 08, 2013 8:45 am

Agreed the bridge looks really cool. Are you working off of a sketch? Just was wondering if you had the composition for this down already or not.
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Re: Japanese Bridge

Post by ShaRae on Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:05 pm

This is looking great! I love your color scheme I think this will be a great piece once you have it finished Smile

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