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    Alien Abduction, Cthulhu-style (+ Making Of)

    New version and "Making of" at bottom.

    Alien Abduction, Cthulhu-style (+ Making Of)
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    sexy. some of the background looks a little flattened by the lighting, but it's cool none the less.
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    Cyril,

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    Definitely agree with Coldkodiak.. I think it's happening mostly because there's too much illumination caused by the main light source on the back wall. It makes them look like they're closer than the perspective you have here suggests that you want.

    Great work though. I love the detail on the Cthulu's clothes and face.
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    his coat is VERY well done, very nice feel to it.. overall this is very bad-ass and turns me on a lot.
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    yeah that coat has a real nice tim bradstreet look to it. i likee alot.
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    Let me just drool for a second...



    done.

    Man, youre good. Perhaps the only crit i can add is the flap of flesh overlapping his shoulder and upper arm. It seems out of place and much too stretched out. Still, very cool stuff.
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    Very creepy pic! I like the lighting on the cthulhu surgeon. For me, because of the curved line the table the body is on makes, it tricks my eye into seeing the background as if through a fisheye-lens. But then again, I'm weird.
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    oh man verry nice !
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    Very nice indeed. I like the mood and tone a lot. Maybe the wrinkles on his coat could've conveyed his great bulk a little bit more. Especially on the left half. Either way, good composition.

    --- and _great_ work on the overhead lights. They look really old and heavy.
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    WOH!...your best yet!
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    mhh... lovecraft...
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    another good one! keep rocking these out.

    my only suggestion for this one is that the wall isn't receding behind the gurney/exam table. Maybe some copper or blood-induced warm highlights on the near edge will bring the table forward.
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