Teen Challenge 100 :: Last Teen Standing - Round 1 :: VOTING :: Pool 5

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  • OmertA

    33 68.75%
  • Vertical

    5 10.42%
  • Dave

    4 8.33%
  • pokepetter

    39 81.25%
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Thread: Teen Challenge 100 :: Last Teen Standing - Round 1 :: VOTING :: Pool 5

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    Voted for poke; really nice image (matte?) but the best thing is it's just so curious. It's so weird and otherworldy it really needs to be explored. Great job.

    OmertA; very nice rendering and the whole mood of "death" is nailed with the low light sunset, bones and blowing petals, but I think you've taken a huge misstep that really throws the whole concept;

    Fantasy kitsch might be neat, but it immediately means that the image isn't to be taken seriously. I like asses, but seeing hers through her "battle-thong" barely covered by an ineptly cut piece of cloth really makes me want to cringe, and takes me away from the otherwise nice feeling of death and decay you created. If she had a more traditional bit of dress covering her backside, you would have got my vote

    Vertical; glad to see you got the perspective issue mostly sorted out, great improvement from where you were at I think however the concept of light is getting lost; initially you had the protagonist's shadow framed by a rectangle of light projected from an off-image doorway. IIRC it also fell on the king. I think that would have been more true to the theme, as well as making the king more demonic, a "dark thing" that needed to be vanquished.

    Dave; cool image, I think though that you could have added a few more story elements to get the viewer involved; what if there was a victim there breathing their last? or maybe a group of soldiers that withered away when they got close?

    Good show guys, keep it up

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