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Confetti's Artsy Thread

   
Confetti's Artsy Thread

Well, I haven't logged on here in two months so I guess I'll just post what I've been working on in that large gap of time.


Island


Sunset Mountains


Armageddon

There's just three of them. I'll add more later. I'm just too lazy right now.

You're alive! And it's nice to see your improvements on 3D.

Btw, I think you blocked me on IM. The last time I chatted with you (months ago) I got some response that says you forgot me.

I haven't exactly been on my IM anyway . Regardless, I don't block people.




Dead Canyon


My sad attempt at drawing a bronze dragon.


Computer art ahoy.

Very cool. Is there a reason why the first picture in your second post is a bit on the low-contrast side? Also, have you been doing these just for fun, or for other purposes as well?

And, I just looked at my IM list again. I think I lost you.

Edit: There is a pair of funky eyes in the sky!

I'm just doin' these for the hell of it. I've gotten two of them in my school's art magazine.

And the reason the first one appears low contrast was because I was trying to make it seem hotter than just the sun being there. So I turned up light intensity and lowered the blue in the sky to make it look more like a heat block. I don't think it worked very well

Well it's not Bryce. It's a program called Terragen. Great program and easy to use. For actual figures instead of terrain I've been learning Blender. Odd interface, but easy to get used to.

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Originally Posted by Confehdehrehtheh View Post
I'm just doin' these for the hell of it. I've gotten two of them in my school's art magazine.
Awesome. Keep it up!

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Originally Posted by Confehdehrehtheh View Post
And the reason the first one appears low contrast was because I was trying to make it seem hotter than just the sun being there. So I turned up light intensity and lowered the blue in the sky to make it look more like a heat block. I don't think it worked very well
Haha. Turning up to red is a good approach. However, when you turn up the light, make sure you don't alter the shadows. Higher contrast will also result in a hotter, brighter day.




 

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