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Thread: Mech cockpit - getting started
May 8th, 2012 #14Registered User
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Much better! Keep it up
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'Nother update, this is the nitpicking point where I went in, found several smaller details that I didn't like, and changed them.
I rearranged the pilot's head to look more straightforward instead of having that slight dip, messed with the background and the posing of the infantry, did some small cockpit work and just generally did a last little look-over.
I'm definitely moving into grayscaling now, any issues from here on, I'll fix in that form.
May 9th, 2012 #16Registered User
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I think you should angle it a bit to add to the action. Velocity gave good examples. When blocking in values notice how much darker the cockpit is than the bg in all of those images.
May 10th, 2012 #17
Blankslate, that looks awesome! That was a perfect suggestion, thank you!
May 10th, 2012 #18
thats a good suggestion, i think you could push the dark interior bright outside ever more if you wanted.
also the pilot might not be able to see out at the action so i put a little screen for him to follow whats happening down to that side of his mech where his buddies are.. see what you reckon, as always just my 2c.
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May 18th, 2012 #19
Wow, thanks for all of the suggestions guys! I'm sorry that I haven't responded for a while, but finals week is hell.
This is about all that I've been able to get done during the whole event sadly, but I will have the grayscaling done within the next couple of days, assuming that my schedule doesn't get messed up again.