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W.I.P Science Fiction Suite
Here is a series of concepts I have been working on for a space dock. What was going to be just an environment design has now turned into a full concept suite. I am looking for any feedback to help push these to portfolio quality.
Here is the design for the Skylark scout ship
And here is the concept for the pilot
Again, any and all critiques or comments are welcome.
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I think this looks terrific. I love the environment painting. I'll tell you what does stick out tho is the edge of the planet and its outer glow, the sun flares(?) and the distant stars. Go back and render those things on par with the rest. get reference if you need it...that is to say...get reference.
Scout ship is sweet altho I don't know how well it would handle with gravity because it looks so front-heavy. It has a wheel that comes down in front ya? lol
The front of the figure looks good. I would be tempted to shorten the legs a little and shrink the feet a little. As for the back view--his legs are not working but you can fix fairly easily I think. His close leg(in rear view) is not bending enough to warrant an upward ellipse. Make a grid for the ground plane if it helps you plant him on it.
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Really amazing stuff. Design-wise, you might want to think about adjusting the shoulders of the spacesuit so the guy can bend his arms...otherwise, I have nothing to offer. Beautiful, professional work.
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