Monday, February 19, 2007

2 Brushes!

Photoshop, 2 brushes. did 90% on one layer. was trying for a very warm pallette.


Blogger Mark McDonnell said...

GREAT sketch man. Very well accomplished.

Impressive work,


9:05 AM  
Blogger Mark Behm said...

You are a machine! Cranking these out everyday! Keep going. I love'm. Great glow on the backside of that tree.

9:34 AM  
Blogger Shawn Escott said...

Beautiful landscapes! Painting outdoors has to be one of the hardest things to do. These are just wonderful!

12:03 PM  
Blogger Tom Scholes said...

Seriously these knock me down and out everysingle time. How about sharing some knowledge? :)

12:16 PM  
Blogger Rodney Fuentebella said...

Wow Robh! I really really like this one... one of my favorites! The depth and warm, but not monochromatic, tones are awe-inspiring.. great!

6:28 PM  
Blogger robh said...

i wish there were secrets and shortcuts. most of it is just hard work. good composition to start, interesting shapes, clear seperation between light and shadow....'da basics.

8:42 PM  
Blogger Craig Mackay said...

Fantastic, Robh. They all come out great, but this one needs to hang over a fireplace or something! I like the color choice on this one and the previous piece you did in ArtRage.

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you use a warming filter or a solid color layer with multiply & opacity to create the monochromatic palette?

The blues and greens would be especially hard to match by just "eyeing it" alone.

1:35 PM  
Blogger Ben Mauro said...

good god rob! these are great! gotta go paint now. tricks, especially not when you've been painting as long as mr. ruppel here.

5:07 PM  
Blogger Marco Bucci said...

Dood. I leave for like a week and I come back and there's enough new posts to fill an art gallery.

Amazing! It's been long overdue, but I'm linking ya!

7:46 PM  
Blogger robh said...

yes, i do use the "photo filters" in photoshop. they alter the images in a very nice/subtle way.

10:53 PM  
Blogger enb said...


4:28 PM  
Blogger Tom Scholes said...

Robh; hehe, yes very true no secrets, shortcuts or magic wands.

I was just hoping for a little insight, small comments and thoughts - what you are going for, things you are experimenting with. It's the little thoughts and insights that build up to epiphany.

I think you might enjoy experimenting with color balance and selective color to explore color options. Also you might play with the unsharp mask with or without feathered selections to play with edge quality.

Always enjoy your posts, keep it up please!

1:05 PM  
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