After longtime !!
Hey this is my first ever speedpaint . Took 25mins.
Still i cant go into realism.
Last edited by trilokcool3; 03-23-2012 at 01:40 PM.
Three Trio Tres Member
So I guess this should be flipped 90 degrees clockwise, and is a mountain landscape?
I don't think you used reference, and you really should. Reference is the key to become a better artist.
And just a general tip about painting in photoshop: you only need to use two of all the tools, the brush and the eraser. The eraser is basically a brush that removes paint. And you really just need two very versatile brush presets for those two tools, namely the Soft Round(Round tip, 0% hardness, and if you want to you can use tablet controlled transfer), and the Hard Round(same thing as soft, but obviously with hardness 100%). Play around with those and you'll discover how they can be used.
I think I can see traces of the smudge tool in your piece, I may be wrong, but with the brushes mentioned above there should be no real use for it.
Have fun painting
How the image got tilted ?? Never happened before like that .
Yeah i used smudge tool and brush tool only. As you mentioned i will try using eraser tool.
Here another one
from call of duty 4 . (1st mission)
help here too
Ying Yang Member
The MP5 is a little wonky; the mag-well is supposed to be directly in front of the trigger guard on the receiver, but it looks like you elongated it a bit more than it's supposed to be.
https://www.waffenostheimer.de/catal...ges/mp5sd6.jpg (ref for MP5SD6, the gun they were using in the game)
The rest of it looks pretty good as far as the lighting goes, but the rain is just not believable to me. Not sure how I'd do it better though.
The reason i couldn't draw that gun because i couldn't find the tools to draw straight lines . Is there any tool to do straight lines ??
Well i just started doing these types of drawings so i will be practicing and posting.
101 Dalmations Member
um...Idk what program you used, but mostly every program has a "line tool". try holding the Shift key, and then clicking your cursor on the canvas.
Super Senior Member
This new one is pretty strong in that it has a vey clear light source--something a lot of people forget about! I think that you should take some steps back go with the contrast intensity, though. This image uses a lot of bure blacks and pure whites--something not often seen in real life! Developing the midtones when shading will appear less overbearing and will make things appear more realistic.
i am using photoshop cs5.
@ celestial fox
midtones , ok i will edit some more on the previous .
Coming more soon .