Whooooot!Too good man...Ryan
Temp what's up? You need to move out of stokes' hole-in-the-wall he doesn't live there anymore.
Fiiiiiinally! These are amazing Levi.
Found your stuff via Thom's blog, and I'm glad I did. You have some sick skills!-Brunhttp://www.bruncroes.blogspot.com
Some really imaginative environments, man -- can't wait to see more!Best,-Zachary
These enviros blow my mind. If u ever care to reveal how u are twisting those shapes around and what looks like bending the brushes into those organic forms, i'd be very interested to know :). Really inspiring stuff. Thanks for posting!
Wes, hah thanks. Some of it is brushes but the real trick is the transform tool, taking some brush strokes you've already made and bend them to follow a certain contour or shape you desire.
Oh awesome, i'll have to try that. I was thinking maybe it was liquefy but wasn't sure. Thanks for the tip!
Hey, i took your advice and did a quick painting of my own using the warp tool.Someone messaged me asking about it, so i put that it was done with the warp tool and credited the idea to you over here and put a link to your blog on mine, i hope u dont mind.I thought u might like to see the result, it's in the below link, thanks again!http://pencilblue.blogspot.com/2011/03/warping-in-fungi-s.html
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