2 from this weekend. The bottom one is an old piece I redid.
Wow. pretty damn sweet. With all the purple around in the top picture...it might be good to see a little of it on the ship on the left. It almost looks like its in a whole nother place....Thanks for sharing, doug.
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very niiice. sometimes i think im seeing the same kind of things too many times but these are nice.
WONDERFUL!! these are great
Jetpak 42: Thanks man. I totally agree, the ship was an afterthought. All of that was added last minute, used to be the building in the middle was the focus. I'll probably throw in some pink light later. Good call.
digi: Thanks. Appreciate it
PJM: I agree. I love this kind of arch., but it is becoming a bit repetetive. I'll do something more organic for my new t-dome challenge.
Xia: Gimme back my hand you son of a bitch!
Thanks again all these were fun, I'm still pleasently surprised with the second. I usually hate all my work, but still kind of like that one. There's some big difference's between my monitor at home and here at work. I like the one at home better. One of the few digital drawbacks. Ramble, ramble, ramble....
these are awesome.
the ship in the first one is a little too bright maybe, it looks like it is in a dark alcove (due to darkness of landing platform) and would be silhouetted/backlit from the hangar. the brightness also draws all the attention to it.
you could darken it, or brighten up the edge of the landing platform since it would reflect the same white light as on the ship (it is already reflecting the blue hangar light).
but feel free to ignore - i've never done environments so I don't really know what I'm talking about.
how long does it take you to do these?