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Welcome to the Serif Affinity Forums :)

 

Great job, thanks for sharing

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On 14/01/2017 at 2:30 PM, Patrick Connor said:

TonyJ

 

Welcome to the Serif Affinity Forums :)

 

Great job, thanks for sharing

 

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…stupendous!

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That looks fantastic. I can easily see this being in a Sci-Fi movie. I happen to be a big time Star Wars fan, so that's what comes to my nerdy mind. Haha. Good job.

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Wow TonyJ that looks fantastically beautiful!

 

Would you mind to share some of your work techniques? What tools have you used? What brushes?

Did you do everything (like initial sketch) in AP or imported a scan?

 

Would love to read more about your workflow. I'd also watch a video about your future works *hint-hint* ;P

 

Anyway thanks for sharing mate!

Cheers, Jay

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Wow TonyJ that looks fantastically beautiful!

 

Would you mind to share some of your work techniques? What tools have you used? What brushes?

Did you do everything (like initial sketch) in AP or imported a scan?

 

Would love to read more about your workflow. I'd also watch a video about your future works *hint-hint* ;P

 

Anyway thanks for sharing mate!

Cheers, Jay

Well I've only just bought the program very much a beginner. All AP just basic tools really. Chimped around with the brush engine and made four new ones. Blocked out some colours, set some perspective guides and started hitting it with fragments of photos, mostly on soft light, used the mesh tool for stretchy fun, casually used jet engines for the desert rocks and a boiler room wall for the temple.. Painted some more and detailed bits. It's really very basic fun.

Did a half hour speed painting before this that convinced me to try something more, see attached.

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Great work. I envy you your speed. I have to suppose you've been working w. digital and traditional illustration for some time.

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Well I've only just bought the program very much a beginner. All AP just basic tools really. Chimped around with the brush engine and made four new ones. Blocked out some colours, set some perspective guides and started hitting it with fragments of photos, mostly on soft light, used the mesh tool for stretchy fun, casually used jet engines for the desert rocks and a boiler room wall for the temple.. Painted some more and detailed bits. It's really very basic fun.

Did a half hour speed painting before this that convinced me to try something more, see attached.

Awesome work TonyJ looks like you are having a load of fun :)

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