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    father.....update!!

    Last edited by j.s. sabastian; February 27th, 2009 at 04:48 AM.
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    I can't really figure out what the heck is going on here. much more definition and more solid shading needed.

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    holy $#!t that is friggn amazing are you done will you do more holy $#!t now i gotta start trying harder wow

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    I agree, I have absolutely no idea where one figure ends and where the other starts. It would help if they had two different colours.

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    i don't get it. ones pretty much a black sillihoute. and the others wearing golden armour...but aperently things are not defined enough.....sorrywill work on it more tonight...

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    ok so i realized that every thing was all jaked up so i made changes and decided to add a sense of battle in the backround..;.wich makes me even more confused now....damn!
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    i totaly dig the monster in the back w/ the spider leggs

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    father.....update!!

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    I like your alien-like shading, looks great. I echo that just a bit more clarification as to what is going on might help. Maybe just tighten up the edges. Great ribbing shade!

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    i stayed up hell'a late wheres my update hmmmmm

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    That is a VERY busy piece, but an interesting action scene! It needs to calm down a little. Too much black flattens depth. There is no atmosphere between the foreground characters and the ones in the back. Work a little more on proportions too before going into the details.

    Nice updates, keep it up!

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    rist.....thank you....i definetly agree is too buisy....i origanily did this for dsg under title-robot love- but some how it has evovled into something else i'll probably turn it to grey scale and re-vamp. as far as going into preporsotions over detial...i'm trying trust me

    gms don't know the time schedeul last night i didn't drink....i sleppt instead....will update tonight.. promise

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    it will get there i hope.....
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    Getting better, but I would suggest to add a thin light blue layer over the background elements.

    Cheers

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    I could be WAY off on this advice, but here's what I saw
    right away...I like the vision of the piece, the idea, so wanted
    to help out...

    hope it continues on the path you want it to go! looking forward to
    seeing the finish piece!

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