Tuesday, 30 October 2012
Thursday, 25 October 2012
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
Queen Coo-ee-oh's island development images, at image 5 I spoke to samantha and george who gave me the idea to add a water texture because my water was looking like ice. I really like where this image is going. Image 11 and 12 i'm playing with the lighting , i like image 12 and i'm going to continue with this image improving the dome and adding another light source coming from the side to light the image more and to add the light reflections on the the water.
Monday, 22 October 2012
Sunday, 21 October 2012
I decided to stick with image 6 as it was a unanimous agreement in the comments, i developed it a bit by adding some houses in the foreground, I feel like its nearly there but it just needs something else, maybe some more stalagmites in the foreground.
|This drawing was started on the 09.10.12 and finished on the 16.10.12. I was a focus on drawing with light, i think that some parts of it was successful like the shoulders and back. But the bum and legs don't work as well in my opinion.|
Saturday, 20 October 2012
while working on the glass city i tried to use some of the buildings i created but i didn't like the way they looked even after changing the saturation in the buildings so i decided to use the techniques i used in making the glass city buildings to make new ones . I like the way that they are turning out i just need to add the highlights off colour onto the buildings to brighten the scene up. I'm still playing with the lighting from the 6 suns but i like the effect that i'm getting so far.
The glass city is based inside of the centre of the earth.Im working on the colouring in the landscape for the glass City before i start placing the buildings in. This scene is filled with colour from the colours of the suns so i was thinking to make the landscape more of a neutral colour with browns and reds and oranges so that the colour will have a nice contrast when incorporated.I tried making the landscape colourful but i don't think they worked as well. I think image 3 is a nice base for when i add in more colour.
Friday, 19 October 2012