in Art Love It beach material – WIP by Alex Ledante September 1, 2018, 4:49 pm 324 Views 7 Votes 15 Comments Share Tweet Pin Since my last materials test for fuzzy surfaces was so well received, I’ve decided to do another dedicated materials test, but this time it is for beaches You will see it in the context of the actual image soon, please look forward to it! Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 7 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pinbeachmaterials testomakeraytracesandWIP Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 15 Comments Leave a Reply All are very cool versions, but I’m loving the 2nd 1 Log in to Reply They’re all pretty fun, check them out when applied to an actual beach… Log in to Reply It looks interesting to me. c”,) 1 Log in to Reply I am glad to pique your interest 1 Log in to Reply No problem, my friend. 1 Log in to Reply if you like pirates, this is your month! 1 Log in to Reply Can I keep it in my pocket?lol 1 My favorites are the wet rippled sand and the pebble beach ones. 1 Log in to Reply they both have their merits Log in to Reply These are really cool!! You’re very into detail… I’d never do that much research to find out the different “conditions” of the beach 1 Log in to Reply Whether or not you’ve consciously done the research, your subconscious has. If my beach doesn’t look like your memories of a beach, you’ll reject my depiction… 1 Log in to Reply Well, that’s pretty true… 1 Log in to Reply being a representational artist is just making my life harder than it needs to be; should’ve been an abstract artist- those guys can get away with anything Log in to Reply It is starting to look like a great beach. Debris and all. 1 Log in to Reply next I will show it to you in the context of a beach, tanoshimi ni shite kudasai… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.