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I've been experimenting lately with some new techniques to add a little p'zazz to my body of work and these are some of the images I came up with. All crits and critiques are more than welcome. Enjoy.
Last edited by Project Hybrid; January 29th, 2008 at 07:43 PM. Reason: Add Thumbnail
Cool images here. Love the dirtiness of them all. Keep at it.
That second one is just plain good ol' fashion creepy.
The first one is pretty good, but I do think just subject-wise it's not as creative as the other ones. It's *almost* there, but if something else were done in the center of the piece, it would make it more interesting. It reminds me a lot of Giger's "Li" paintings, but without all the detail...and more detail would really make this piece more interesting if still a bit derivative. I don't mean it's a bad piece, don't mistake me. I just mean that you seem to be pretty creative with your style, so it would be nice to see more of that in it besides just simply "face with tubes hooked up to it".
The 2nd one is absolutely awesome. I love the movement of it. Easily my favorite, and it sounds like others as well.
The 3rd one is visually interesting, but comes off a little "low rez" to me for some reason. Whatever you used for the noise all over the place (possibly a low rez image or something on overlay? I don't know) seems like it's fighting with the other details, in my opinion.
The 4th one is my 2nd favorite. I love the "breath" that takes up most of the image, while the figure to the right is very creepy.
The last one is nice, but it doesn't really do much for me, as it seems a little more simplistic with the shapes everywhere. Still very pleasing to the eye, but overall just doesn't have the pop that the 2nd and 4th ones have.
Great work! thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the input guys. Dusty, I'm glad you pointed out all those things. Personally, I kind of liked where I ended up with the first (Medusa), but felt after a while it was too similar to the Li paintings you mentioned. Which in a way is nice because I love Gigers work, but don't want to just emulate it.
Anyway, I still have a long ways to go so I really appreciate your critiques. Thanks again.