Hello I like this drawing and some other of your works as well. I have bough graphics tablet (wacom intuos (www.wacom.com/en/us/creative/i…), So I wanted to ask few things, since I see you understand what are you doing well, if you don't mind 1. What application you use for drawing? 2. What brush settings (maybe specific brush?)? (P.S. I do understand that brush sets does not makes you great artist! Practice does, but i'm pretty sure it helps in some cases). 3. What canvas settings is optimal for drawing? (I have tried draw on large scale, but it starts to lag with some specific brushes, though I have quite powerful laptop). 4. Maybe I should know something else as starter?
It looks very Sci-fi, like a molten planet. The small attentions to detail on the man is nice, also the lighting on this one is once again awesome. The only problem I have is with the lava itself, it looks like it can go a few lighter and darker, same with the rocks surrounding the lava. I can't really give any good advice on this subject due to my lack in experience with drawing landscapes. Once again, this is an awesome piece and I think it belongs on the cover of a sci-fi novel or in the concept art of a AAA title.
Thanks for the +Fav! I have added this piece of you to my Favorites as I like it most among the ones in your Gallery. I like the rough style, the color scheme, the clouds, the perspective...only thing that bugs me a bit is how the character stands there (pose of the legs).
The sharpening on the distance is a bit too much for my taste. The clouds kick ass The left side earth material kick ass The brush strokes mid ground could have depth applied to them, too; I'd make them smaller as it recedes into the distance.
Warm palettes are always an automatic like from my end, hehe. I wish I could do environments like this.