Last edited by mayk; April 26th, 2012 at 04:27 AM.
LOVE the dog! I can just feel the muscles bunching under that fur. And the light falling on that chain link...geez.
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Nice stuff. i especially like the environment on the bottom. It has some really nice textures and lighting.
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the enviro turned out good. the thing that bothers me on that one is the scale of the stairs. the steps look way too big compared to everything else. maybe add some steps inbetween the existing steps, or just make those ones smaller. otherwise, good job!
cool work, i honestly have to say i don't understand the environment. It looks as if the bottom set of stairs leads to the top floor based on the lighting, then it has another set of stairs which is leading up again, to the same level, so it ends up looking Escher to me. Perhaps make that mid level flooring more in shadow or show the walls on the midfloor more clearly.
dog is very cool, reminds me of a Tasmanian tiger crossed with early stages of john carpenter's "the thing".
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love those bottom two illustrations, really want to know the story behind them
really great stuff, thanks
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