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    Thanks R a n d i s, means a lot

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    ... a bit more

    here`s a little update..
    noow I`ll start with the projection and the reflecting lights..

    comments and critique is always welcome

    thanks

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    This is looking better and better man, can't wait to see the final projection. Your details are coming along great as well. Don't neglect his hand though, (your left) right now it looks like he doesn't have one to me, getting lost in shadow but you can still see his cuff so it looks like its cut off. Nitpicking!

    edit: one more thing i noticed. bring your speakers forward (darker) a bit more. they look like they might be on the same plane as your background right now and I'm losing them. They look cool though!

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    very very cool,the pencil drawing is amazing,just it seems to loose a lot of details through painting process

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    Have nothing constructive to say.
    Just... Looking great so far... Want to see more...

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    can't wait for the final version of this one! the lighting is starting to look really nice and i love the overall mood of it! keep up the good work!

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    ThinMint _ i didn`t forget the hand will fix it later. about the speakers, I think I`ll bring them foreward with some reflected lights.

    Bdbros: Thanks, if I have enough time I`ll add some more details

    rickardwestman: thanks !!


    st.s; thanks man

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    whhooaa ......... how did u do that?? .......... cool detail

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    mohdmubasshir: ha ha ha .... it`s magic

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    ..and an other update.....

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    this orange tones combined with the muted greens is a great combo i think, very nice colors.

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    Thanks R a n d i s appreciate it!
    If anybody has some ideas how to improve the mood pleas tell me.. harsh crits please!

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    Nice progress master.mind.

    The mood is great for me but I find the composition a bit awkward. The projection is dividing the artwork into two different area.

    I not sure if that's your intention but that's just me. Maybe something to link the projection to the entertainer at the bottom right part of the composition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hueyyeng View Post
    The projection is dividing the artwork into two different area . . .Maybe something to link the projection to the entertainer at the bottom right part of the composition.
    Mmmm [thinks] . . . maybe gently erasing some of the projection at the top right to darken the top corner might help to link both areas more. I don't think it's a major problem but I'd be tempted to let some of those pipes and stuff show through a bit more top right. I'd like a few more areas of pin sharp focus (even just suggested detail with really thin lines).

    Anyway, looking great. One of my favourites from all the entires posted here, very painterly and the colours are brilliant. Good luck.

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    Good Luck Master, it is great Art!

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    getting closer

    hueyyeng: hanks I`ll woek on this

    davidherd: thanks buddy and thanks for the good suggestions...

    Riddick: appreciate it!

    todays update tweaked the colour a bir added some steam .. I have still work to do on the protection...

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    Awe inspiring! Great finish. Those tweaks have been well worth it.

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    This is looking so good, yours is my favorite so far! Detail is looking good, the lighting is fantastic. I think another level of detail on top of the projection will really help it though. Like those particles you see in rays of sunlight, just little speckles where it hits just right, in a light blue. Your greens are taking over now, you should try to vary it just a bit, warmer and cooler blue in touches. Your light is warm and your shadows are pretty warm too, it almost gives a murky feeling to the image, which you might like.
    And the speakers stand out wonderfully now, perfectly done!

    Good luck on the final!

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    davidherd: thanks but not yet finished

    Arenyth: thaks good advices I`ll see what I can make.

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    Wooow, that`s quite awesome!!
    I loved the classic old machine design and all the mood.
    Congrats dude!

    Well, I certainly will not win this time! =/ hehehehe

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    Final Illustration

    --here it is... not turned out the way I planed.. anyway it won`t be my last illustration.
    thanks for all the support

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    Well, very few things turn out as we planned, right?

    I think this is a pretty rockin' piece. Very atmospheric, intriguing. I hadn't appreciated the importance of the below-the-stage section until just now.

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    Nice entry man!!!

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    I reaaaally like the steampunk flavor to this, and how i catch more and more details in your piece the more i look at it. Nice work!!

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    Awesome Work, nice colors and atmosphere.
    "Cyclamen" was one of my fave 2D Dominance War Entrys. Good look with this challange too...

    Cheerz Mr.!


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    Thanks to all

    Jason C-M : right thanks for the support an good luck in the challenge.

    GriNGo: thanks!

    calyx: Thaaanks

    zweiDee: merci, merci!

    NIRONERU: thanks! the sad look is on purpose..

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