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    In the center

    Centermages are the guys, that draw power for their magical activity from a special configuration of objects in space.
    A source of such power can be found in any object located in the center of another object or its projection, any concentric shapes, or the mage himself, when located in the center of some confined space.
    Therefore, it is not surprising, that their concentric towers are always built in the center of cities, or natural geological formations. (a volcano crater, for example, is a perfectly normal place for it)

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    Thanks for your attention,
    Also, I'm dying to get into the industry - any advice?
    Good luck, everyone! : )

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    darken the foreground up some more, study how objects recede in space, right now the image is very flat and not as dramatic as i think you were hoping it to be.
    The perspective towards the top of the tower looks a little wonky as well.

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    Thanks for some tips, FreeLiner!
    Quote Originally Posted by FreeLiner View Post
    darken the foreground up some more, study how objects recede in space, right now the image is very flat and not as dramatic as i think you were hoping it to be.
    You mean the aerial perspective? I just feared that further darkening the foreground would make it loose detail...
    Well, I'll give it a try : )
    And what about the background? Is it okay?
    Quote Originally Posted by FreeLiner View Post
    The perspective towards the top of the tower looks a little wonky as well.
    Now that you say, I can see it... a bit..

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