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    wow inspired

    was hooked on world of warcraft for a while and of course you know what follows. CC is very much welcomed. Also here is a link on my work flow for this
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    Hi!
    You shoud try to put mor light and shadows in the pic. They would give more life to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johndowson View Post
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    You shoud try to put mor light and shadows in the pic. They would give more life to it.
    I agree with this, it will definitely add weight to your characters. Don't forget that orc's lovely blue locks. Maybe detail some more of the background too. Then I think your piece will look really awesome.

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    The night elf is seemed to be just cuted from another picture and pasted here. Try to syncronize the objects in scene by adding some more shadows, as stated above, and by adding additional lights. The orc's mouth dont seem to be part of the picture too.

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    I see you put some work into textures and stuff, but shading is what I don't like here. I think the better way is to: make shadings and lightnings as it should be, and once you're sure you did it well, then add textures. i allways put some textures at the end.

    I also agree that elf looks like cutten off part and pasted here.

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    some nice textures
    but like its been said u need to put more light (and make it one source from above) to make the shapes more round and dimensional. Also try to understand the way metal reflects light and surroundings.

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