Monday, April 27, 2009

more invented land



(updated with block in) i think i'm getting the "scrubby bush" look on hills to work better now. it's 85% form and 15% texture. gotta get the form first, major planes then minor, then sub forms....then texture. all invented, no photo textures. spent more time on the initial block in and silhouettes. makes all the difference..

18 Comments:

Blogger limbolo said...

Lovely, lovely...
Made my day...

11:33 AM  
Blogger Jeremy Elder said...

This has such DEPTH. What a great use of atmospheric perspective. I really like your broccoli brush too. Thanks for posting it on your last post.

12:04 PM  
Blogger robh said...

wow! thanks Neil! YOU made mine!

12:04 PM  
Blogger Andrew Kim said...

oh man... i'm just speechless Robh... :)

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome! I think I'm gonna cry now.

-Brian

2:31 PM  
Blogger Craig Mackay said...

Beautiful, Robh!

7:09 AM  
Blogger Jason Scheier said...

this is gorgeous! your the man!

11:36 AM  
Blogger craig said...

excellent.

1:35 PM  
Blogger A.R.T. aka Autumn Rain said...

wow, just wow.

3:49 PM  
Blogger m3ng said...

Beautiful! Thanks for the brief description of your technique.

9:00 PM  
Blogger Bill Robinson said...

Oh so pretty...please talk more about your process!

1:30 PM  
Blogger saida501 said...

yes! yes! please could we see your initial block-in if possible??

3:14 PM  
Blogger SteveLambe said...

Really enjoy your posts, Rob. You're an incredible painter.

1:57 AM  
Blogger James Paick said...

breath taking!
great update robh...very inspirational

12:06 PM  
Blogger Chris Palmer said...

Whoa! I love this. Thanks for posting up a few different steps. It's always fun to see.

1:36 PM  
Blogger arree said...

wow robh, great post. i never stop learning from you. hope you are well!

9:05 PM  
Blogger Tommy Scott said...

That's a little too good. So amazing, I'm so glad you noted how much emphasis (in %) that you put on modeling the form, and not so much the textures.

7:08 AM  
Blogger david puerta said...

Thats so much for the tutorial, give me some ideas for concepts :)

12:27 PM  

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