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Emily's First Year Thread

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Hello everyone!
 
On this first post I've compiled some pre-university pieces consisting of artwork and 3D models. If you would like to give some feedback on my previous work to help me improve for the future it would be much appreciated.
 
The link to all the work can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/TKy3T
 
Additionally to this, I recently completed turning a coloured image of a tower into a black and white version, any critique is welcome!

 

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Hey it has a really nice graphic look to it and good textues too! I would add more contrast, the light parts of the image are quite brighter and vice versa


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Hey it has a really nice graphic look to it and good textues too! I would add more contrast, the light parts of the image are quite brighter and vice versa

 

Thanks so much! You're right about the contrast, I'll make sure to get that sorted out



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Hello everyone!
 
On this first post I've compiled some pre-university pieces consisting of artwork and 3D models. If you would like to give some feedback on my previous work to help me improve for the future it would be much appreciated.
 
The link to all the work can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/TKy3T
 
Additionally to this, I recently completed turning a coloured image of a tower into a black and white version, any critique is welcome!

 

z1cHKEG.jpg

 

The line work is amazing with few little exceptions at the top~ I love the way you painted the trees at the bottom, also the sky is quite satisfying to look at! One thing I think you should do when you work with a grey pallet is to make the darker area a bit more contrasting than the lighter ones for a better effect. If you already did it and obviously you don't want to go back from scratch, just change the levels and contrast on Photoshop. 


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Agreed that it is lacking in contrast, feels like mostly midtones right now. You need stronger highlights and shadows to separate the focal point from the background. Especially considering the position of the lightsource. If adjusting levels doesn't give you the effect you want, try overlay and multiply layers. Would be nice to see some cloud variation too!
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Hey Emily! Really good start, love the general design, to add more depth to the image, try lightening the sky in places, depending on what mood your going for. This will help to bring the structure forward from the background.

 

Awesome so far! I will keep an eye on your thread :)


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Firstly thank you everyone for all your feedback and taking the time to write it out.

 

 

The line work is amazing with few little exceptions at the top~ I love the way you painted the trees at the bottom, also the sky is quite satisfying to look at! One thing I think you should do when you work with a grey pallet is to make the darker area a bit more contrasting than the lighter ones for a better effect. If you already did it and obviously you don't want to go back from scratch, just change the levels and contrast on Photoshop. 

 

Thanks so much A.R.Ch, I've recently adjusted the contrast of the building in order to make it stand out. I didn't realise quite how much it blended into the background until it was pointed out so thank you for that!

 

 

Agreed that it is lacking in contrast, feels like mostly midtones right now. You need stronger highlights and shadows to separate the focal point from the background. Especially considering the position of the lightsource. If adjusting levels doesn't give you the effect you want, try overlay and multiply layers. Would be nice to see some cloud variation too!

 

Thanks for the advice Elm! I really like your idea about cloud variation, I added some variations to the updated piece which hopefully make it look a little more interesting.

 

 

Hey Emily! Really good start, love the general design, to add more depth to the image, try lightening the sky in places, depending on what mood your going for. This will help to bring the structure forward from the background.

 

Awesome so far! I will keep an eye on your thread :)

 

Thank you Zakara! Great idea with changing the lighting of the sky, I included this into my updated piece and it definitely helps to bring the work to life. The same goes for your Summer work thread, your modelling abilities are fascinating.

 

I've taken on board all of your critique and updated the drawing, hopefully this looks a little better now.

 

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well done for improving your work, definitely looks a lot better. There's only really 2 things i can suggest that might help your piece a bit one.

Firstly, i think make your black outlines slightly more transparent, so they're not as visible. If you look at the photo, you can see the black lines are there but they don't stand out quite as much.

Secondly, and this is a tip i used all the time for lots of different things (even in vfx), try squinting at your painting. Do you notice the brightest part and middle part of your building merge together, almost into 1 colour? Then try squinting at the photo and you should notice that the brightest part is still noticeable and separate from the slightly darker areas. In short, make your highlights slightly brighter so it stands a bit more. I think this will really help your piece pop out.

 

great work though, keep going! The tree's look nice


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well done for improving your work, definitely looks a lot better. There's only really 2 things i can suggest that might help your piece a bit one.

Firstly, i think make your black outlines slightly more transparent, so they're not as visible. If you look at the photo, you can see the black lines are there but they don't stand out quite as much.

Secondly, and this is a tip i used all the time for lots of different things (even in vfx), try squinting at your painting. Do you notice the brightest part and middle part of your building merge together, almost into 1 colour? Then try squinting at the photo and you should notice that the brightest part is still noticeable and separate from the slightly darker areas. In short, make your highlights slightly brighter so it stands a bit more. I think this will really help your piece pop out.

 

great work though, keep going! The tree's look nice

 

Thank you so much snxwden! Your advice is great, I appreciate you taking the time to write it out. Now that you mention it the lines were a bit too dark and when squinting at the painting it does blur together too much. I've readjusted it to make it look lighter and more separated now.

 

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Thank you so much snxwden! Your advice is great, I appreciate you taking the time to write it out. Now that you mention it the lines were a bit too dark and when squinting at the painting it does blur together too much. I've readjusted it to make it look lighter and more separated now.

 

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It looks so much better now! I love the bottom so much



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Thank you so much snxwden! Your advice is great, I appreciate you taking the time to write it out. Now that you mention it the lines were a bit too dark and when squinting at the painting it does blur together too much. I've readjusted it to make it look lighter and more separated now.

 

JwAhckL.jpg

 

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Values need to be fixed/darkened here. :)



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It looks so much better now! I love the bottom so much

 

Thank you so much, and for taking the time to critique previously, that's how I was able to improve it :)

 

 

 

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Values need to be fixed/darkened here. :)

 

Thank you for the advice! I've fixed it up now so hopefully the values are more realistic.

 

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I've began working on the layout for The City Street portfolio, any feedback on improvement is appreciated.

 

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Also abstract photography:

 

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Edited by Emerri, 12 October 2016 - 08:55 PM.


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I've created some more pages for my City Street portfolio and a few sketches for the Creativity, Concept and Story project so thought I should do an update
 

Spoiler

 

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Using spoilers is such a great idea, now I can fix my mess of a post. I love that clock window, it looks so so nice, maybe that can be a focal point on a tall building? I'm excited to see your thumbnails!

Edited by Heartless Blaze, 17 October 2016 - 02:14 AM.


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Using spoilers is such a great idea, now I can fix my mess of a post. I love that clock window, it looks so so nice, maybe that can be a focal point on a tall building? I'm excited to see your thumbnails!

 

Thank you! I should probably go back and sort out the rest into spoiler sections at some point.. That's a great idea with the clock window, I'll definitely integrate it into my finalised design.

 

Three more pages done for the City Street portfolio

 

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