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Tiny tips: Water: Waves by Ranarh Tiny tips: Water: Waves by Ranarh
I've been asked for a tiny tip on water. Researching, I found that one will not be enough, so there will be a small series about water and its behaviour.

There is one unfair abstraction in the text; objects are of course not lightest on top (but on the side facing the light perpendicular), but for the sake of simplicity, there you go.
As for breakers, maybe we'll have a tiny tip about those as well; when painting a stormy sea, look at references, maybe watch a movie to see how to put them to use dramatically, and have fun with the mountains of water.
I'm a little unhappy with the Remember section of this. Deep water swallows red light first, then yellow and green, and leaves blue light until darkness below 30m. But water also seems blue when reflecting the sky, which again leads to almost black water in sunset when there is no blue light. Difficult.

Second part about painting water: Tiny tips #15: Water: Reflections

"Ranarh's tiny tips" is a collection of iddy-biddy tutorials, each containing small bites of advice anyone can chew, aimed at beginner's level artists. They are not software-dependent. If there's a problem you have, something you feel someone should finally explain, or are just curious what I have to say on a particular artistic issue, feel free to tell me.


You'll find the whole Tiny Tips Collection, plus some full-grown walkthroughs in my tutorial section. Check out my blog and website for exclusive tutorials, walkthroughs, and tips.
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Tiny tips: Water: Waves by *Ranarh ( Suggested by DameOdessa and Featured by Elandria )
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sognodrago Mar 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
oh wow! thank you so much for making this tutorial
tiny tips of these actually help the most for me. Too long, I got lost, too short, I don't know what I've learned. But tiny tips just enough like these hit the point straight on.
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:iconranarh:
Thank you!
It is always my greatest concern to find the right amount of information, it is nice to hear you like it just fine :)
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:icondraco-mcwherter:
Your tutorials are fantastic. These will definitely help me greatly in my own works. Thank you very much for posting these.
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:iconranarh:
That is exactly what I want to achieve with my tutorials. Very encouraging!
Thank you :thanks:
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:icondraco-mcwherter:
very most welcome. :D
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amanonymous Jun 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is amazing!
I was wondering what font did you use in the tutorial?
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:iconranarh:
Thanks!

The font is Poseidon.
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NebetSeta Jun 12, 2012  Student General Artist
Thank you! :heart:
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:iconranarh:
You are welcome!
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