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Thread: The Immolators
May 10th, 2012 #1
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I think the POV is strange. Seeing the scene from this angle doesn't work for the tension of the scene. A scene from either behind the demon or the knight would work, or even above-seeing the knight surrounded, shoing his dire situation would work, and still show the conflicts in the distance (unless the assignment called for something like this). Right now it looks like the demons made some room for the viewer to see.
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