In wonderment of winter

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Wow it looks like a 3D animation shot! :exploding_head:

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Very Nice!

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Very nice!

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I thought that might be yours when I saw the thumbnail!

There’s so much that’s technically great about this - all the compositional elements; use of values, selective lighting, repeating shapes, variety, framing, layering, leading lines, aerial perspective… Coupled with a really nice use of palette and stylisation. Very clean and consistent rendering too!

I wish I could do all that at once… :yum:

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excellent work

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Thank you :blush: Work with value and color was hard, it is truth. About style I was inspired by cartoon Klaus (I have studied some frames from movie for understanding of composition and working with shapes) and other pieces which capture winter.

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And it was really interesting to work with texture brushes and create new brushes.

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The first thing that came to my mind is : “Is that from Klaus ?!”

Nice work, it looks gorgeous ! :blush: :heart:

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This is so nice, the colors and the depth, it’s just so nicely framed. Do you post here often? ;0

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Beautiful !

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Beautiful! I actually recognized it and love that movie you took your inspiration from. Well done Tea :snowflake:

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Amazing!!!

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Exquisite art!

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May I ask you what color profile and channel depth settings are you using? I see that you have a very bright and saturated color in the picture. And I have a problem with the dustiness of colors. I would be very grateful for your advice.

Hi, I use sRGB IEC61966-2.1 profile and 8-bit integer/channel
Also I use many modes of layers (overlay, luminosity/shine, lighten, soft light) to reach brightness. After all I go to photoshop and use Camera Raw for color correction

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Thank you, I post here from time to time :upside_down_face:

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Thank you!