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    Not a portfolio, just need some opinions on some designs (for my portfolio)

    I'm trying to structure my work in a semi professional manner.

    my structure:
    1.personal thumbs(to generate ideas)
    2.More readable thumbs which I would give to a employer. So, they can pick one, Frankenstein them, or tell me if I'm going in the wrong direction.
    3.Then I go into the final product.

    It's easy for me to make a scenario for a job. The problem comes in step 2. I can't choose one. I try to make them all about the same to my liking.

    So what's the most appealing of this set? (if no one wants to give an opinion I'll just flip some coins)
    Not a portfolio, just need some opinions on some designs (for my portfolio)

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    Not a portfolio, just need some opinions on some designs (for my portfolio)

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    For the first picture, I'd pick the first one. I think number 1 has a more unique look to it.
    For the second picture I'd pick the last one. The looks on the two first seem a bit too generic for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saggers View Post
    For the first picture, I'd pick the first one. I think number 1 has a more unique look to it.
    For the second picture I'd pick the last one. The looks on the two first seem a bit too generic for me.
    Thanks, you are totally right. The tree set especially two looks pretty generic. I guess I need to put more thought into them. I might end up drawing a couple more sketches for that set.

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    Is this good enough for a portfolio piece? I'm thinking it's lacking something (other than color).

    Not a portfolio, just need some opinions on some designs (for my portfolio)

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    sorry if this is late I don't know if you still wanted a critique or not but yea its important to be able to so here goes
    I think compositionally its kinda meh like its just a straight on view of a bunker or something and that is sorta boring in the composition like if this was to be an environment type piece then it should sorta be placed into a scene cause it looks kinda like it does not belong or like yea bye

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    Great sketches. Reminds me of the hobbit by David Wenzel.

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