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    EOW 182 Death's Lobby

    Not at the level of finish I would have liked, but I've had this concept rattling around in my head, and saw this EoW as a great opportunity to get an initial drawing out. This is my final submission, WIPs available on request.

    Everyone else, great work!

    Arka C.

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    This topic looked super fun

    This is my WIP and would love to get any feedback. The basic premise is that this place is very unnerving, nonsensical to humans. You're put here to wander around for eternity in endless walkways.

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    My final:

    A good host always tidies up before a visit.

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    That's awesome. One thing that's a little off though is the perspective. You might want to raise the point of view a little bit so it looks like the viewer is sitting on a chair as opposed to on the floor.
    Hi Berling! I wanted the perspective to be really low, as it always gives the feel of inferiority and vulnerability. I really didn't mean for it to be a perspective of a person towards the door, if that comes across that makes me :<

    I adjusted the levels of the final image, as I realized on different monitors some subtle shading I ached over washed out, much to my dismay! Other tweaks like the further shadowing of the doors, etc.

    I did want the final image to be black and white from the beginning, because I wanted the place to feel really sterile.

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