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Inside Environment Painting 2
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Published: February 16, 2006
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Inside Environment Painting - The making of DAWN: [link]
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iyo-yo's avatar
iyo-yo| Filmographer
thank you so much for your tutorials and for being inspirational
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colorsplashxx's avatar
colorsplashxx|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy schmidt, that is AMAZING! O_O
You're so talented!! >w<
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MrHoot's avatar
I think I'll give it a shot:)
Thank you for your tutorial.
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Tyranous-King|Hobbyist General Artist
waht program is that?
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chrispygraphics's avatar
Very cool process piece. Tiny critique: based on the lighting, that geometry in the foreground would probably have less light reflecting off of it. You've got a solid process, though. Keep up the good work.
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Litansan's avatar
Awesome tut
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ariKiLi's avatar
Amazing!!
thank you for ur sharing~
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ShadowDGX|Hobbyist General Artist
im speachless :P
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mornmeril's avatar
Wow! That window brush is awesome xD
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AKLP's avatar
AKLP|Professional Interface Designer
thats like wTF? O-o

great job dude
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silent-john's avatar
Your city scenes are amazing.
Have you ever considered making a tutorial that focuses on making the actual buildings only? It would be awesome.
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aiRaGe| Digital Artist
Maybe sometime :)
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chinkiwinki's avatar
oh my gosh! thats wow.. wonderful! .. wow..
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busterbam's avatar
Cool tutorial :) very helpful.
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crazycommi89's avatar
This is great, i would like to ask though what brushes do u color block with, or more specifically what are the settings in the brush tray for that brush? I'm trying to paint a city and i dont really know what brushes to use.
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aiRaGe| Digital Artist
I use some chalk brushes, but mostly the hard round ones.
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crazycommi89's avatar
do you use pressure sensitivity? To be more precise for the opacity and flow? thanx
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aiRaGe| Digital Artist
Yeap, i always have the oppacity on pen pressure. I don't use the jitter on flow often, only if i paint soft things like clouds etc. :)
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Karviss| Photographer
oh my god, finally found perfect tutorial. I've been searching this kind of tuto for painting enviroments! <3
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baquitania|Professional Digital Artist
Fantastic, so educational and inspirational... thank you.
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ynot69's avatar
im loving your tuts.
really giving an insight into airbrushing loving it

a question though how can your pc take working at such huge sizes? aka what specs do you have :) and do you get a lot of freezing when you do your work...
thanks
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aiRaGe| Digital Artist
Thank you for taking the time to comment.
I used to work with an AMD64 3200+ and 1GB of ddr ram (400), nowadays it's 3 GB of ram and a lot of harddisk space for backup,
Photoshop scratchdisk etc. I experience as good as no freezing at all, Photoshop/my PC crashed when working like 2 times during the 3 years i work with Photoshop. I sometimes work up to 8k or 10k pixels in width (for print), but that's where my pc gets in trouble when using too many layers etc.
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Oh, so beautiful! Landscapes tend to be a problem for me--I like to focus on the foreground figure--so this is really helpful--it gives me some idea of how to do perspective and get such a wonderful, sweeping picture. The idea with the brush is great! Oh, and I would never have guessed English was not your first language!
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