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July 11th, 2009 #27
Pretty freaky. Love how its coming out of the dark like that. Beautiful!
A lovely thing to see:
through the paper window's hole,
-Yoshi Mikami Issa
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July 11th, 2009 #28
I really appreciate the support, I never get tired of it - its what I work for, I want people to like my material and be moved enough to actually write something, it means more to me than you may think.
As for an illustrated graphic novel: thats a dream of mine. I am doing pre-pro for a short illustrated horror story that I plan on being able to finish in between my paying gigs.
Thanks for the compliments, I appreciate it.
Yeah, its buttock could definately be more fleshed out, and probably should be. I vaguely remember doing it but being unsatisfied with the balance of the picture afterwards and then started putting in a curtain to justify its lower half being obscured from backlighting, it is leaning over into the window-light after all. But I agree, it should be more convincing right there - I might take a crack at a touch up.
I appreciate your keen eye and feedback man, and thanks for the compliments too, im glad you dig it.
But im glad you dig it and I appreciate you taking the time to say so, all the best!
July 12th, 2009 #29
July 13th, 2009 #30
guess we have a winner!
I keep catching new things every time i stare The bounce light..alright imma calm down. This eliminates the need of coffee in the morning, thank you much sir
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July 13th, 2009 #31
I fully expect one of the big boys or girls who hasnt posted thier work here and just sent it in to compete will casually blow us all out of the water while we were sleeping.
Im very glad you like it though, thanks for taking the time to comment.
There will never, ever be anything that even remotely compares to coffee in the morning...but im glad you like it, and I really appreciate you saying so =)
Y'know most people only look at something for 15 seconds at the max if they really like something, the usual work gets 3-4 seconds. Getting people to stare is the holy grail, this compliment really meant a lot to me aaro_n, thank you.
All the best to you
July 13th, 2009 #32
Wish you the best Man;
As always it is very good!
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July 13th, 2009 #33
Wow..this looks almost like a screenshot from a horror game on a next-gen console. Great work, and your execution blows my mind off! It's also interesting how you lead the audience's eye around the picture, while keeping what isn't the main focus still so sharply and beautifully rendered.
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July 14th, 2009 #34
This image didn't help me sleep last night. It's brilliant work though.
Would love to see some wip or tutorials from you, I just don't understand how this is done in Photoshop.
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July 14th, 2009 #35
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July 15th, 2009 #37
I guess I couldnt resist, the topic is just TOO GOOD.
Whoever came up with it is a genius, my brain has been on fire with ideas since I saw the contest.
Anyway, heres the new submission.
Theres no way this will win, its too visceral I think.
I hope you guys dig it.
Completed from sketch to finish in Photoshop 7.
Kindly view it fullscreen on a black background.
[UPDATED: fixed wall texture beneath grafitti to be more believable]
Title: In the shadows of the mundane...
Last edited by Cryptcrawler; July 17th, 2009 at 08:06 PM.
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July 15th, 2009 #38
July 15th, 2009 #39
nice update,i still prefer your first image,the mood and colors are better in my opinion