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Concept Art | Reddit.. by /u/kassper20 - 7h ago
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Hi, first post. I am looking to how I could improve my surrealist piece to look more like a casual picture of grass and the melting sky but I feel it looks off. Any ideas on how I could improve it? Maybe I could somehow fix the further away eyes to look more like a sky horizon in some way? Any suggestions for improvement would be great, thanks.

My piece

The sort of skyline I am aiming for

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I´m an art student and I´d like to learn 3D to help in my 2D illustrations and concept art, I´d like to make illustrations like these

https://cdna.artstation.com/p/assets/images/images/005/764/848/large/eytan-zana-water-temple-hires.jpg?1493622177

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b64bacb96d4555e015f35f9/5b6ac1a3aa4a9924dba4efd5/5b6b84ed562fa79824906cc7/1551697494635/Karn_1080.jpg?format=1000w

https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/5b64bacb96d4555e015f35f9/1554233498696-5BRX257VNX2OTS70QUHS/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kKtgahxSP5ByMXGpTBechh97gQa3H78H3Y0txjaiv_0fDoOvxcdMmMKkDsyUqMSsMWxHk725yiiHCCLfrh8O1z5QHyNOqBUUEtDDsRWrJLTm1v6GcKqh6mrhfxzW2tqo78XasND8ie-iCgGK8kX-8GDzVU5DRKLgivSSrT6BCK7e/406592.jpg?format=500w

I´d like to use the 3D mostly to make architecture base and set complicated perspective scenes with characters in order to make digital paintings over it, so I´d like to know which program is the best one to make both organic and hard surface, I´ve been learning a little of Zbrush, but I was presented to other 3D programs like Maya, Blender, 3D coat, Modo and Cinema 4D. So which one is the most complete and has the best workflow? Should I use one program for organic and another for hard surface? Any Insights, tutorials, and courses are also welcome.

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