I'm working full-time at the moment, so that's why I've been missing a few days... but I'd rather do a few every other day, but good ones
Beautiful colours and textures. I really like your style.
Holy shit this is goooood
So, how do you go about choosing a pallet for the paintings in this series? Your colors are always stunning.
that's hard to say, it's usually quite random and also changes throughout the process of painting it
Aww, can't give me anymore protips than that? :c
Thank you! That gave me a bunch of good ideas!
What adjustment layers do you use?
I mostly use "Levels", "Brightness/Contrast", "Color Balance" and "Selective Color". But of course, I'm not saying that those are all you should use if you want to create a good image. Those are just the ones that I use...
You're getting a lot more depth in these now, and it's really nice to see C:
You're getting better and better each time! I hope you continue them!!
Nice feel! Overlay rules, but I can be mistaken ??
I think you'd benefit if you pushed your form and textures into finer detail, but that's also a matter of personal drive. Style's still fresh.
I often feel as though digital art lacks the aspect simplicity; letting the eye complete the image. I find, for me, the light blue adds this dream like air, as though there's something hiding in the mist, perhaps a hidden town, between the mountain and the viewer. Nice work!
Also the colour and lighting is beautiful! (:
wow. simply INCREDIBLE. how would someone like me learn how to do something like this? ;A;
it's just practice really...
The quickest way to learn seems to be to just start doing it. Your work isn't bad at all, so don't even worry about it.
You've escalated in proficiency quite sharply over the past few years. Your environmental scenes are quickly becoming on par with Tom Scholes' work.