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IDW #115 Topic: Duplicator - Sirius Cybernetic Corp.
Deadline: Sunday, November 15
No voting for your own entries! I repeat, no voting for your own entries
Give critiques and comments, we're all here to learn from each other!
Original thread: IDW #115: Duplicator - Sirius Cybernetic Corp.
Last edited by yoitisi; November 9th, 2009 at 07:08 PM.
IDW #115: Duplicator - Sirius Cybernetic Corp.
Thanks Pixie Trick for earlier advice!
Mehh.. mine's not really finished. But there are so little entries!
"This duplicator was originaly designed to make everything bigger and better. It seemed really good: Put one apple inside, get two bigger apples instead.
However, the duplicator is already being misused by vicious government. In silence they're building the biggest killerbunny-army mankind has ever seen."
Oh dear; I'm having the hardest time choosing who to vote for!
One thing I would just like to mention, is that the Sirus corp. isn't a malevolent company (or my understanding of it)- it's not out to make something that doesn't work quite right, or something creepy, it just happens.
Some crits 'cause I'm in the habit!
MasterPete: Great to hear that the earlier crits helped. I think in this piece the part you might want to take a closer look-see at, is the light sources. This is a toughie in this case as you have so many, and in such a strange colour. Think of where it would hit each shape and where hilights would be etc. A bit of reflected blue light around the windows,esp on the undersides of overhanging bits wouldn't be amiss either. Pushing the design and staying away from the basic rectangle is another thing to keep in mind. I like the colour scheme of the image, and the near symmetry works very well.
Lewis: Those bunnies are downright scary. Freakish... anywhoo... Light source again. Your image looks a bit rushed. I think a lower vantage point closer to the machine would have given it a more epic feel. I like the shape of your duplicator and the detail you've included. The lights coming out of the top are a very cool touch!
Great job both!