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    DwinbotP - just noticed the extra firebeasts behind your main beast - nice touch dude, that is an outstanding piece.

    lkjhgfdsa - Oh, so it's just a little quicky, huh? Just a doodle I suppose? Come on, that thing is fuckin SWEEET! Like some flaming lobster Tsunami. Awesome.

    Death By Chris - Nice finish on that, I like seeing how you played with the placement of the limbs, really helps the flow of the piece and the believability. But, speaking as a Death Metal veteran, your Death Metal logo is far too legible

    Evolving eye - That is very cool, especially since it's such a different approach from some of the others. Some art director is bound to snap that up for something.

    acb - I see where yours is going and I sure hope you finish it, it looks so bizzare and organic. Don't get too bogged down in details.

    Sperling - That's a great drawing, I think you could've stopped short of the flames and still had a great piece - the bright colors and rider are a bit distracting from a really nice drawing.

    N1va - glad to see another floating, disembodied organ - very cool.


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    I didn't have the time or energy last night to mess around with my piece too much, so I ended up polishing the tentacle firespitter, mainly becuase the style was a different direction for me, a bit more graphic and illustrational.

    But I did try a couple variatons which I'll post here for your amusement.

    The background matte painting was something I spent 30 minutes or an hour on before deciding it was just a distraction from the creature. So I went with the old reliable kamikaze stripes.

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    Okay, I've decided to go in a slightly different direction.

    The Shame of Morton Village

    Yes, I'll tell you, but only so you know what to do if it should happen again. The events of that year are a stain on our parish, and there's no joy in the telling.

    We were deviled that whole year. That sulphurous fissure that the boys discovered up in the hills was a bad omen; the sickness among the cattle; our girls, vexed with sores and boils. Then the imp came - that shameless obscenity - leering at the miller's wife across the millpond, pissing on our thatch and throwing rocks at the dogs.

    At first, none of us understood these things were all related. Of course, the women had kept the shame of what had happened to them secret for many months. How could they not? We don't even have a word for such a thing.

    When it was found that the vicar's mother was pregnant, the outrage was too much to bear. The stinking crack through which that vile imp had come to us was found and stopped up with tar and stones. To think that we celebrated that night! But that was before the births.

    My heart is heavy with the memory of what we were forced to do. To this day I cannot look upon my daughter for the shame of it. Many times I asked God why this was visited upon us. Did we not toil? Did we not pray? I regret that my faith has been sorely strained. Is it possible that we, by some hidden indiscretion, brought this upon ourselves?


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    i only started today on this, with a little luck, i'll finish it in time

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    Here's a coloured thumbnail of the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Somers View Post
    Death By Chris - Nice finish on that, I like seeing how you played with the placement of the limbs, really helps the flow of the piece and the believability. But, speaking as a Death Metal veteran, your Death Metal logo is far too legible
    haha yeah I know, I thought about making it more extreme but I did want to keep some legibility for everybody, there are some pretty insane logos out there

     

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    Steve Somers: Those are absolutely creepy. I have a hangup on the third eye looking elsewhere. Maybe that why? Anyway cool rendering and I'll have a look at that tutorial you mentioned.
    Doomsupporter:I like it already. Go go go
    Fuseboy:That is really nice. I'm thinking of fairytales. Evil.

    Here is my final. I'm not going to work more on this. Unless I get some cc that really needs attention

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    Holy crap, Lander, I wasn't prepared for the quality jump between that and your last mockup. Fantastic!

    Here's my latest WIP for the shame imp.

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    Fuseboy: Thanks man Your critter puts a big smile on my face

     

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    Lander - I agree with fuseboy, that really pops now, and it's a unique concept that could've been really hard to understand without being painted so well. But if you've got a few minutes and feel like being super picky you could swap around a few of the buildings so the mirroring isn't as obvious. You did an amazing job though, this round is gonna be impossible to pick a favorite.

    Fuseboy - That's such a funny idea. Everybody always makes fun of dogs when their "lipstick" pokes out, but your wolf beast will not have his lipstick be he butt of any jokes. Finally someone stands up for a little canine boner respect.

    Death by Chris - next time a death metal band hits me up for some graphics, I'm sending them your way buddy


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    I know i should fix those buildings in the center. They really hurt.
    But I have to sleep so that will be for my own sake tomorrow.

     

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    Is not finished but I can not go on I have an unbearable pain in my left eye so this is it



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    Cy-AN - sorry to hear about that. I once went through La Guardia security with conjunctivitis; it felt like sand was in there and I could hardly open my eye. I guess the airport security staff didn't like the look of it either, so they swabbed me down for explosives residue.

    Here's what I've got!

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    I couldn't get to finish it, had to force my self to go on the computer and upload this lol.
    I came down with this awful flu D: my head is pounding right now and the computer screen makes it worse ;__; why?!

     

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    Fuse - Nice image, nice concept...I love a great image even better when it has a great concept behind it.

    Lander - Holy SIth! I loved this image when it was still in the WiP stage, the finish just blows me away. You realize I must file this one, right?

    Cyan - Sorry about your eye bothering you so much. Just makes this image that much more impressive.

    acb - I think some highlighting here and there just to define key areas and you're good to go.

    Sukizan - get some rest, ya did good man.

     

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    Ok...I'm still new to this CoW thing...are we supposed to post our finals here as well?

     

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    That's up to you, I think; it doesn't seem to have any effect on the contest.

     

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    I'm a bit late to the party, but here is my entry.

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    Thanks guys : Yes I think the doctor said something like conjunctivitis but with treatment im a little better My eyes is still red and it still hurts, anywise perhaps next round I will feel and see better



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    Cy

    I'm putting this in my reference and my textures folders

    Seriously though...ouch. Never had conjunctivitis, but does it look painful! Get well.

     

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    Cy-AN,
    conjunctivitis is cured very simply with a damp, warm washcloth. Gentle pressure. Reheat with warm water often. Hope your red hot doom gets better mate.

     

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    The process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cy-AN View Post
    Thanks guys : Yes I think the doctor said something like conjunctivitis but with treatment im a little better My eyes is still red and it still hurts, anywise perhaps next round I will feel and see better
    See better!? yea but that's not stereoscopic
    I hope you get better soon. Eye pain is horrible.

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    Ouch Cy, that's some nasty pink eye, I'm having such bad allergies right now that sometimes my eyes are so red I feel like I might have a chronic pink eye. I hate the fall pollen season.

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    Thanks for all the feedback guys I really appreciate it. Decided to do something different today.

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    Thanks scorge. Means alot.

     

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    Ahh damn, looks like i mite have missed the deadline, I sorta rushed the last 2 days to pump this out. I went with a different style, and didn't plan it out too well, same with colors, so it took a bit longer to finish then i would have liked.

    Lots of great posts this round, my apologies i haven't been active this week, commenting and crits and such, but i'll be sure to swing by the voting and comment on everyone's entries.

    I mite try and submit in the finals, if Michael Jaecks doesn't allow it then that's cool, i have to make sure i finish on time, next time.

    NOTE: You can see it closer with this link: http://fc01.deviantart.com/fs51/f/20...by_Neueoic.jpg

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    Fuseboy:Your story is absolutely brilliant.

     

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    Here's my WIP

    Almost done with it.

     

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    dwinbotp: That lava is great. When looking at your painting, my monitor was actually radiating heat!

    lander: lookin' good!

    Great work everyone!

    Well I just realized that I haven't even posted in here yet so I thought I'd throw out a WIP of my finished red hot doom.

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