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    Hi Longsight,
    it's just a Basic Material with Cavity Intensity on, in the Material Palette.

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    ah I see thank you Ive seen it around and been wondering about it.

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    Will

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    1 the people are too big,

    2 over detailed for their imprortance.

    3 environment seems the subject, not people.
    focus there and persective on it to any form of relation, people object ship mountain, from there build.

    other than that structure is cool, needs more variety of color, make it very vast. needs center and point of intrusion for the eye to acept. where do you want us to begin our eye? what do you want us to think? this should encompas your illustration.
    Last edited by aceala; 01-19-07 at 10:38 PM.

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    Hi Aceala,

    the peoples are defently not to big. Just watch the step size of the stairs!

    I don't sinking like you. Sorry

    Roland

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    ok np, ill post refernce of my thought sorry if we dissagree. >_<')/

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    Default Mountain City - Last Update

    So this is my last update of that Illustration. I add more blur on front Peoples.
    I'm not changing things now.
    To Aceala: Sorry for my Words, but i got over 25 Years Expirience in making Illustration and Airbrushing. I made a lot of Album Covers for Bands and i'm also
    worked for H.R. Giger. You know.
    But i'm not having much Expirience with 3D Software

    Ok.

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    MOUNTAIN CITY (where is waldo ) last.jpg

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    Great image.

    One way to experiment with shadows is to use the clone brush to copy depth and color from all layers onto a new layer. Once the depth is there, a material with high diffuse response can be used such that rendering with shadows can produce a 'shadow layer' that can be exported to a compositing program or coupled with a transparent material to lay over you image inside zbrush.

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    Antimorph, many thanks for that Trick .

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    Smile Not so easy to transfert...

    ...25 years of hairbrushing in another world of technic
    But with your background, you will have more facilities than someone who has nothing art luggage
    Bon courage!
    Ps Seems you have good integrated the Art style of Hans Ruedi in your drawings
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
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    Dedicaces Perpetual Challenges
    French Pixologic Site

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    thanks Frenchy,

    i know it's not so easy, but i give my Best. I'm stil learning to work with Digital Tools. I'm not perfect, so just give me time.

    Greets Roland

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    Another very cool thread Roland... but I prefer your Biomechanical production...

    Always

    Ciao

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