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Another shot from Ullapool, deep in the Highlands of Scotland.
Unfortunately the clouds didn't come out to play with me :(

UPDATE: Changed the section a little bit and modified the blending for a higher contrast.

More from Ullapool:


Featured here:
The Under-appreciated of September 2011 - part 1


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ME...photo by alex-dan
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Self portrait… again! I'm really bad at drawing people, since I normally don't care what my characters exactly look like, as long as they can visualize what I want to express with my image. So, portraying real people is quite a challenge for me. But I also think it is incredibly helpful for improving, because it forces me to actually look how facial features look like, and not just draw how I think how it might look good.

I worked as close to my crappy webcam picture as I could without actually tracing or copying anything, even though I was very tempted at times! The bad quality of the original image actually really helped me, as the overexposure made it easier to see lights and shadows :)

After looking at it for 4 or 5 hours or so, I can't really tell how much it looks like me, but I think something is wrong with the lips. But I can't really tell what it is. I have less fluffy hair in reality (it's completely straight), but I'll count that as my artistic licence. :yum: I'm just not sure about the background texture, but could not find something better to fill the void.

By the way, drawing self portraits is unhealthy - it forces you to face all your flaws… same thing with comparing one's facial features with those of models for the sake of studying facial anatomy. I'm truly depressed now.

Anyway, I think I'm getting faster at drawing - I guess that's a good thing, even if I'm not getting better as fast as I'd like to? I would, however, also like to find something to draw something again which holds my interest for longer than a couple of hours!

:bulletblue: Painter X, about 4-5 hours
:bulletgreen: reference used
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A view of the Kalkkögel Mountain Range in the Schlick2000 hiking/skiing area in the Stubai Valley, Tirol, Austria.

Personally, i think this is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in this area, even though it's not the most spectacualr one.

location
11°18.4538' E
47°8.7784' N

Canon EOS 7D
Sigma 24-60 2.8 EX DC
5 shots, 3 exposures each

PhotoMatix Pro
PTGui
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:D
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Last update 30.08.2008

Includes:

- krystal visual style
- krystal styler toolbar
- font choice: tahoma, calibri, segoe ui

wallpaper use in preview - conquer the world by dawn42
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Old photo from hiking in the Alps

Location - Germany/Bavaria/Mittenwald





Hope you like it :?
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Mount Anthor

Actually the real Mount Anthor is a fictive mountain.
This group of peaks originally depends to the Radstädter Tauern in Salzburg/Austria.




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Location: Salzburg/Austria [link]
Date: January 03rd, 2012
Light Conditions: Sunny
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So cute! They slipped and slid all over the hood, but they kept landing on it =3
Photo taken by my good friend :icontaszee:
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