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Practice Landscape painting1 by T0xicEye Practice Landscape painting1 by T0xicEye
EDIT: Finished part of *dyb:
Didn't expect deers, but they fit nicely. c:

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This time not a speedy.
Like the rocks and grassy foreground, like the far background not so much.

Speedpaint 4: 6. and 7. Oct. 2012
Fullview is 33% worksize
Around 5h
Started out to work with a ref, but quickly strayed from that and made my own thing.
Tools: Photoshop CS3, Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet

For a quick collab with *dyb.

btw: I am still open for commissions.

Do not use without permission. All artwork is (c) to Caleb J. Andrews (*T0xicEye). Characters are (c) to their respective owner/s.
All rights reserved. Do not alter, copy, and/or redistribute.
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Edenfur Dec 22, 2012  Student General Artist
This is stunning, the lighting is just beautiful :aww: Did you use any particular brushes to get those textures? :)
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:iconundefinedwrx:
Goodness this is a wonderful :o <3
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AtomicIceCream Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What brush did you use for the tree leaves?
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:iconebe246:
WOOOOOOW, looks nice and tranquil.
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swagstag Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
dat tree bark
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VexVamp Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gorgeous work :wow: the texture and soft background light is just incredible.
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Kaiyaru Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it's so beautiful! ;u;
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:icondragdar:
wow ! so atmospheric

the only thing i didnt like immediately is the water, it looks too plastick, it shouold reflect the woods more sharply , with little splashes
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:iconcahjesaallesou-n:
You did great detail on the trees with the light; it looks so very realistic, I'd like to reach out and touch the bark.
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