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Thread: New Born-A different Evolution
July 16th, 2009 #14
Miycko< Thank you for your words.
Yes I will add few other zombies..certainly more "grotesque and gigantic" than the first ones.
I hope to make something visually strong.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJuly 16th, 2009 #15
yaya i like the new one! Give me a chainsaw now!
That robot in the background looks a bit out of place imo. I think 1-2 scientists with rubber cloves and old school bio protection suits spraying gas would fit better here but thats just my personal taste.
The graveyard could be like a garden.
July 17th, 2009 #16
RANDIS< I really do appreciate your work and I have to say thank you for your advices.
I often change my composition during the process.
In photoshop everything is possible, so I never hesitate.
Your idea to add some guys is interesting. But I really prefer to keep this newborn only on these zombies.
I do not want to create a confusion between them and other humans.
It took me a lot of time but I think I finally found the good brush touch to make them.
I have also decided to make some morph on them.
July 17th, 2009 #17
I like your concept ^_^ and i look forward to seing you develope the idea further
July 17th, 2009 #18
I have decided to work more on my central character..the black zombie.
I will work on his clothes later.
I think he looks better now...your comments are welcome.
July 18th, 2009 #19
Here is another update.
I have made some change on the sky...I will work again on the moon soon.
I also made few changes on the old guy at the left and I played with smoke effects.
July 18th, 2009 #20
This painting evolved a lot.
It is rare that I doing so many changes on my composition.
But I think I have found the good one now.
I have to create more zombies, more depth and I think I will make few color changes on the robot.
July 20th, 2009 #21
Once again a new step.
There is few new Zombies.
I think I have a good visual now.
All the process will be now to add details and smoke...to create a stronger atmosphere to homogenize the paint.
July 20th, 2009 #22
July 21st, 2009 #23
Thank you RANDIS!!
Here is another UP!
July 21st, 2009 #24Registered User
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not sure if my comp is just for some reason not uploading all of hte picture as there does seem to be a lot of space from where the pictures is being cut off on my screen and the end of your post.
Here is what I am seeing if this isnt correct then disregard this whole thing
The first posted pic (im guessing current wip) and the post above this pic shows teh nice sky background, the church, the robot, some graves and the zombie (which in previous posts you called your main character or focal point zombie the "black" as you put it zombie) is cut off at the stomach.
and no lady on all fours with dangling breasts....
now if it isntbeing displayed properly for me then just disregard this...
put those zombies back in...
and never cut off a character at major segment lines like, knees, waist, neck, ankles... etc etc
You seem to know what you are doing, so I am guessing this is actually a problem on my end not yours...
anyway, good luck, coming along nicely
July 21st, 2009 #25
I think the pic just hasn't loaded properly, but it's not just your computer ^_^
I like this, is very cool ^_^
July 23rd, 2009 #26
Bhrandon and Kitten>
Yes there was a problem on my latest update.
This new version is better.
I added at the first plan, one of my old zombies. I made the three first at an high rez and I can add them where I want.
There is few trees to bring more life.
I still have to make their flesh creepier, make some bones..derelicted things.
And also a lot of green smoke effects.