How to Paint Realistic Overcast Light
How to Paint Realistic Overcast Light
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Digital Painting Fundamentals

Digital Painting Fundamentals(50 Lessons)
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How to Paint Realistic Overcast Light

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How to Paint Realistic Overcast Light

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On an overcast day, the sky acts as a giant diffuser, scattering light from all directions, resulting in a cooler, desaturated light. This diffuse light softens shadows and flips the color temperature seen in sunlight, making lit areas cooler and shadows warmer. By sampling colors from photos, Marco Bucci shows how ambient light affects local colors, pulling them towards cooler hues.
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Marco Bucci began serious study of art when he was 19. He began with drawing fundamentals for 3 years before discovering a love for painting.
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