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    cockpit

    the pilots are taking a short break.

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    pretty cool image, maybe could use a bit more detail, but it's nice to see some originality for a change. Stay creative..

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    Hey i think you did a good job. but as robot tank said maybe a bit more detail?
    I think the face looks really great but you should put as much detail in the pilot's faces because otherwise the viewers attention is drawn to the mask which is at the upper end of the picture, and you want your viewer to stay within your picture. and maybe you could rework the area around the persons neck. around the clavicles. here have a look at some reference (but maybe you can find better ref, with a male person and in the right viewing angle) cockpit i'd like to see your progress keeit up!

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    cool idea. I agree that you have some anatomy problems in the neck and you need some work to bring the focus down from the big face to the three little faces. They don't look like they are taking a break. They look like they are all looking intently at something. Depending on the fiction you are going for you might want to alter their poses to show some individuality. One could be sitting back and smoking. One could be eating. One could be scanning the horizon with a telescope, or whatever. If you want to keep their uniform pose I think it would be cool to see what they are looking at. The body could be holding up an item for their viewing, maybe holding up a magnifying glass for them as well.

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    thanks for all the great suggestions everyone.

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    beautiful concept dude!! i really like the little sad faces, the skin looks good..and the perspective of the raised face seems about right to me..

    might be worthwhile thinking about the forehead and the way it slides upwards..maybe there's some rectractible pieces that stack up..or maybe some hinges..just some ideas! keep at it!

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    hey... i like it! the "face mask" it too short

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