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Making Of 'The Hell Saloon'

By Andrei Pervukhin
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Date Added: 28th February 2013
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Introduction

I have always been fond of cowboys and westerns, so I wanted to create something in this style. I decided to add a twist to the usual western plot, and add a mythical element. I had the idea to introduce a creature to the scene, which was invoked by an Indian’s curse.

Sketch

As usual, I began the sketch in black and white mode. In the first stages of the sketch the composition looked like Fig.01. I later decided to play around with the size of the canvas using the Crop tool in Photoshop. As a result of my experimenting I made a final decision to change the orientation and size of my canvas.

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Fig.01


Due to the change in the size of my canvas, I had to make the composition more complex and add several figures and objects. I then continued to correct my composition by using ‘The Golden Rule’ (Fig.02).

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Fig. 02



 
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