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    Environment: First Contact

    In this picture I concentrated on a interesting ambiance and lighting. Took me around 16 hours.


    Environment: First Contact

    Those are the sketches to it.

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    That's a pretty creepy picture, man. The whole look of the peice implies that the characters are teeny tiny and the setting is in a patch of grass. The lighting is fantastic.
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    Thanx Shambacca,
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    It looks great, but I personally think I'd like it better if the nude figure didn't look so "cheesecake." But that's just my personal taste, of course.
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    I agree about the "cheesecake" thing...

    but as far as what you were focusing on, I really dig what you came up with --- Especially the creature(s)! Is this the size you worked at, or can we see a close-up of the alien and "rider"?

    I LOVE that little alien!
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    its a little bigger than the post. ill see if I can make a nice closeup of that creature.
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    very nice athmosphere! You're improving your skills fast!
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    "man who ever said that progress was a slow process wasnt
    talking about me! Im a p i m p plus i got the magic stick. "

    just kiddin. thanx Goro.
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    Great piece and sketch,Frants!
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    Great picture! The colors are awesome!
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    Oh yeah, I also think that a few more better-defined highlights on the creatures would make it a stronger composition. You designed these great little animals for the piece, so it's a shame that the casual viewer's eye misses out on them in favor of the aforementioned "cheesecake" model.
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    thanx guys, some interesting hints. I will definetely try to improve the image.
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    here is a close from the rider.

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