I did a 30 mins study in magma studio recently, and their brush is pixelated. Somehow, the pixel look of the line art is very appealing for some reason. I need some feedback on this, whether if the pixel aesthetic is looking better than the fully clean lines.
Hi, this is a recent master copy study of Master Sin Jong Hun. While I get criticized because I make it look way to similar to the original whenever I post my study online, I had to admit that I learned a lot just from this 1 study. I am not a landscape painter and I currently learning how to create my own landscape from imagination. However, doing this study make me believe that I could achieve this level of detail someday in the future. I followed Hun’s workflows, and I learnt about the composition, the technical aspects, the texture, the details, how to do trees, mountains, grass, flowers, and houses. I started to understand how the atmospheric perspective and how the color changes with it. It is incredible dissecting the artwork and understanding how the master do it. I highly recommend artist who is working on landscape to study this piece and other detailed master works.
Hi, these are the three dragons I drew from imagination and using a palette similar to Heartstone. However, I don’t think I captured the magic of the style. Any suggestions to make it looks better? Thanks in advance!
I need feedback for my rendering style, appreciated.
I recently experimented with this style of rendering and it is still new to me, I tried to render a bot from my older sketch with a soft square brush instead of round brushes. I need feedback so I can render better next time. Any feedback is highly appreciated!