Every so often, I will do commissions for building terrain. This is especially true when I have more time on my hands. Some of the great things about making terrain for your minutes is surprising yourself on how you do something. I have written some tutorials on here about processes of certain projects. Honestly, sometimes the idea sound better than the results. But once you figure out a process, it still seems like magic. I guess I can thank the Art Studio and Design degree I have for something awesome. I probably would not have painted so much if it wasn't for the direction I took.
Anyway, this just the first half of the commission I was doing. I just want to show how much of a difference it makes to added each base color. I will be adding to the roads and highlighting afterwards.
|And yet, another option!|
|Teddy Bear Fur shaved down for the design.|
|These were the first two colors. Brown for the roads, and the lighter green for the shorter grass. It is awesome how it pops!|
|Adding the darker green and the yellow fields. These are base colors, the highlights with give a more natural look and tone some of it down.|
|The main set up.|
I will most likely show off the finished project in the near future, since I will want to have it done and shipped to the customer.