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    Arrow Cliff Face Environment.

    I never really got into conceptualizing environments. But I did this awhile back and was always afraid to post it. But what the hell. Comments are welcomed.


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    hi there
    i really love the colors and the mood here! would be great if you render it in detail! :chug:

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    Hey Miau,
    Thanks for the compliment. Yeah I agree totally with what your saying. It could definately be taken to the next level, and rendered with more detail. I'll give it a try, and see what I can do! Thanks again for saying something.
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    Great drawing.
    The colors are cool too. The textures could be better I guess.
    Especially in the lower half of the image it could be more defined close
    to the viewer and get more blurry in the distance.

    Also less texture in shadow areas, more in light could make it read better.

    Right now it is a little empty.
    I'd think about either cropping away a bit of the lower half ...
    or adding something there.
    Depending on how important the cliffs should be.

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    Sig,
    Thanks a ton for the comments. You bring up a great point, that I completely overlooked. LOL the image SHOULD sharper the closer you are to it, and more blury the further away you are. I did just the opposite. Yes it is a bit desolate isn't it. Not very interesteing. Well, you all have given me somethin to think on. Thanks!
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