Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

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  • Jerik - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    6 13.64%
  • Ronald Liu - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    6 13.64%
  • Pijus - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    7 15.91%
  • John Isaacson - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    0 0%
  • Zelda_Geek - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    0 0%
  • Pokepetter - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    7 15.91%
  • Auncer - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    0 0%
  • Gominoid - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    1 2.27%
  • Platinguard - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    0 0%
  • Fish&Lantern - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    0 0%
  • Arbinn - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    7 15.91%
  • OmertA - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    2 4.55%
  • Imadolphin - Teen Challenge 68: [[Secret Of The Flooded Mine]] -- VOTING

    8 18.18%
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    I voted Jerik. His work never ceases to amaze me and the effect created by the greyscale and green ooze works wonders. Well done to everyone else aswel this one was hard to decide due to all the amazing entrys.

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    very nice entry's, oh, and jerik, your painting is good but why does every little thinkg has a rimlight on it? kinda ruins it, you do this alot
    edit to jerik: the rimlight would (i think) only be the case to metal objects

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    I find Jerik's mine to be the best. It's stylish and pleasant to watch.

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    Quatronics, don't forget the rocks probably contain ore if its a mine and therefore will be more of a smoother clay type not only this they may be wet. this causes a rimlight. Just a suggestion lol.

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    Voted Ronald Lui, I can really get the atmosphere.




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    i vote for pijus, a nice piece there
    the sky could use some subtle cold colors to create more contrast but it still works

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    At first I had planned on voting for Pokepetter. Definitely my second favorite out of them all. But I went with imadolphin's. There's a great storybook feel to it.

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    went for Imadolphin....
    going by previous comments... the rimlight is unrealistic and textures could be with a higher detail... but it looks so pretty i don't really care!

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    I voted Derick. It was hard to decide, but I chose it over Arbinn's primarily because I'm more of a fan of Derick's art style. Arbinn, and everyone else, you still did good and your art is equally fantastic.

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    gah i voted for wrong person

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    great entries everyone.

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