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    Exodus

    This is the finished piece based on my Adam and Eve WIP. All comments welcome.



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    They remind me of Simon Pegg and David Bowie.

    Where are they? A beach? A desert? Is the machine a big thing in the distance or their companion droid floating beside them? I can't deduce anything of the story in this piece.

    As well as shading each individual block of colour, you need to shade each object as a whole too. I can see you've done that a bit since the WIP thread, but not enough to save your figures from looking like cardboard cutouts. It's improved, it just still doesn't look finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Todd View Post
    They remind me of Simon Pegg and David Bowie.

    Where are they? A beach? A desert? Is the machine a big thing in the distance or their companion droid floating beside them? I can't deduce anything of the story in this piece.

    As well as shading each individual block of colour, you need to shade each object as a whole too. I can see you've done that a bit since the WIP thread, but not enough to save your figures from looking like cardboard cutouts. It's improved, it just still doesn't look finished.
    Hmmmm - the robot is floating beside them, which I tried to portray using the green light for the hover motor at the bottom. I did a lot of work on the shading, including going back and using colours to alter the high lights and lowlights.

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