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Swamp by DeivCalviz Swamp by DeivCalviz
Sorry for the crappy size.. that's all I got... anyway....

Environment concept done last january. Big thanks to m@ for the brushes!

Really liked the fact that painted in one layer only... I feel like it works best with nature scenes like this one.

Also, please check out the site for more awesome art by other awesome artists!

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DeivCalviz May 21, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
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Excellent work, it has a really atmospheric feel.
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DeivCalviz Mar 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! This piece was very relaxing to work on. Lot's of messy experimentation as well which actually worked :)
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amamzing howd u do it?
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DeivCalviz Mar 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
if you have an account here.. you could download this guys brush to start off
[link]

It's not really that hard.. first start with a thumbnail with blobs of paint... just decide where to put the trees and where the focus should be...no details... decide where the light is coming from early on as well...

Once you've decided... you could lay in the details.. I just used different custom brushes to get those textures... use a little dodge and burn after you've laid down the shadows and highlights for variety.... just keep working on it and occasionally look at real photographs of similar scenes just to make sure you are doing it right.

kinda hard to explain visually but thats basically the process... Thanks!
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