another study of sun and shade under the trees. sketchbook pro
This is such a great study of the colors you find in shadows. I was watching shadows in a parking lot the other day, and they really do look like this -- all colors. Brilliant job capturing this.
gorgeous... just beautiful....... the light is so warm and inviting... i'd love to go for a walk there~ :3
goddamn your color pallet pwns!!!!!
Really cool!!... how did you decide to put the purple colors for the cast shadow, or what are the factors to consider in order to make the shadow believable with all the light sources affecting the enviroment????
hi there. thanks for your interest. choosing colors during a pleine aire session is a lot about seeing more so than inventing. when u actually observe how vibrant light and color behave in nature, it feels natural to make some of these color decisions. it's something that has to be experienced in the field. if i was simply working at home from reference, i doubt that i would ever think to use colors in the same way that i do when im out painting. the colors that i found on this day are perhaps exagerrated versions of what my eyes perceive... but even still, they end up making a readable, and hopefully convincing imprint on the viewer. after that, it's about adjusting and balancing different areas of the piece till it resolves as a whole image. hope that illuminates the thing that u were asking about.
I had the feeling that you did this with an iPad when I hears sketcher pro. A very nice job.
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whoa, I love it
It looks like made traditionally. Great work, esp the tree-shaded road
woahh excellent ! I love the work on the road !
amazing colors and work o_o
Very nice. Is sketchbook Pro a program?
yea sketchbook pro is program. iz currently sold by autodesk. very intuitive and uncomplicated. awesome brushes. optimized for tablets and can be used to it's full potential even w one hand w/out the need for keyboard shortcuts. i highly recommend it. i believe they have a free 30 day trial available. not as powerful of an image editor in general as PS or painter... but if ur used to traditional media, this program screams.
I'll definitely have to check that out then. I've been trying to get used to my tablet on and off these past few months but it still doesn't compare to real media for me. Not saying this'll fix my problem but I'm curious to explore other options. Thanks.
Dude, its great seeing how much you improved from 1992 to this one in 1996, amazing stuff man!
I love the colors especially in the shadows!
Nice color in this one.