Sunday, July 4, 2010

Ben Greene post 6

I keep having to remind myself that getting the colors spot on and getting everything just as it is in the photo is NOT what I need to be shooting for. Instead I'm shooting for the believability of the image and looking at how the color is interacting. I also didn't let myself use any adjustment layers except for an overlay to help make it a little darker. Doing that is really helping me stretch my understanding of the image.


  1. Hey Ben,

    This is a pretty successful digital painting. I like how you kept it loose and tightened up where it needed to be tight... my favorite so far in terms of technique. Keep it up!

  2. Thanks Mike. It's good to get some feedback. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the one I posted just before this one too.