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    Cannonball case and wild flowers




    This is the private conecept work , hoped you to like !thanks!

    Last edited by souleage; April 25th, 2005 at 11:50 PM.
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    well executed and wonderfull mood! no crits here.

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    Thanks fo reply!.
    Added some detils.....post a larger pic......


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    extremely well done. i love this!

    nice composition.
    i don't quite understand why you didnt put some more focus/detail on the two guys in that wreck, but hell - i like it that way.

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    UNBELIEVABLE sun!

    is a a rise or a set? how can one tell...?
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    I love it

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    Awesome...

    I love that detail picture as well, the flowers definitely stick out.

    If only everything in the world was as simple and juicy as an orange!!
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    I like how you handled the colors and values in this piece. SOULEAGE engraved in the side of the ship was a nice touch.

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    Wow nice one! lol The flowers in the can are great indeed.
    I keep thinking there is a little too much fire in that shipwreck. I don't know, it took me some time to believe it was just a campfire and the people in there where just having a good time.
    Or am I still wrong about this after all? I smell a story here.

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    excellent mood, o love it. i also think there a little bit too much fire - they are living in the wreck, but it looks like its burning away

    cool work!

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    the fire thing was already said.

    This is great. The atmosphere is stellar, the balance of warms and cools, the pallette overall... very very nice. The only thing I think you should change is the title. It makes it too obvious, instead of the flowers being a wonderful surprise. Other than that... just keep doing what you're doing, cause well... it works

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    Sweeet!!!

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    excellent! you really have a nice style and feeling in your work. its awsome!

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    I essentially agree with everything that's been said. One can agree or disagree with the comment about the title, personally I don't mind it, it sort of begs the viewer to find the flowers. They're pretty apparent in the detail shot, but it's sort of fun to find them in the bigger one, so I don't necessarily think the surprise is lost. I was going to comment about signature placement but if you've moved it to where it is in the detail shot, I have no qualm there. I agree with the fire thing, though I'm not so concerned about "practicality." I think in the area presented in the detail the brightness and the strong saturation of it is fine, because you have darker colors to contrast it but it may be a wee bit strong in comparison to the rest of the piece. Granted it takes up a small piece of it and is a nice bit of vibrant color. So because of the fact that I've just basically discounted what I've said, pretty much, I'll just stick with "practicality wise, it's a little odd" like everyone else has said. As has been said multiple times, the mood and the colors are "stellar" as phuzion so eloquently put, and it's an overall awe-inducing piece.

    So. In summation: Awesome. The validity of the rest of what I said is up to your own debate, something to look at, at very least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanuka
    extremely well done. i love this!

    nice composition.
    i don't quite understand why you didnt put some more focus/detail on the two guys in that wreck, but hell - i like it that way.
    Oh.the guys. I want to see the some detils different each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meren
    Wow nice one! lol The flowers in the can are great indeed.
    I keep thinking there is a little too much fire in that shipwreck. I don't know, it took me some time to believe it was just a campfire and the people in there where just having a good time.
    Or am I still wrong about this after all? I smell a story here.
    Hi,the QUOTE,I think that shipwreck's color inside,it after the wrecked, but
    have long times befor , The Guys make wreck to home for theyself. the colors(bright)is the lights ,but use the 'inert gases' lighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caulisxcaput
    I essentially agree with everything that's been said. One can agree or disagree with the comment about the title, personally I don't mind it, it sort of begs the viewer to find the flowers. They're pretty apparent in the detail shot, but it's sort of fun to find them in the bigger one, so I don't necessarily think the surprise is lost. I was going to comment about signature placement but if you've moved it to where it is in the detail shot, I have no qualm there. I agree with the fire thing, though I'm not so concerned about "practicality." I think in the area presented in the detail the brightness and the strong saturation of it is fine, because you have darker colors to contrast it but it may be a wee bit strong in comparison to the rest of the piece. Granted it takes up a small piece of it and is a nice bit of vibrant color. So because of the fact that I've just basically discounted what I've said, pretty much, I'll just stick with "practicality wise, it's a little odd" like everyone else has said. As has been said multiple times, the mood and the colors are "stellar" as phuzion so eloquently put, and it's an overall awe-inducing piece.

    So. In summation: Awesome. The validity of the rest of what I said is up to your own debate, something to look at, at very least.
    Thanks for your opinions first !
    A agree you some opinions, but about the title ,I'm wont to changed it , it looks so
    painstaking..
    Thanks !


    And Thanks all replys ! Thanks a lot!

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    great work! I would love to be the one who gets to model and texture these designs if they were to go into a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exactlywhereitsat
    great work! I would love to be the one who gets to model and texture these designs if they were to go into a game.
    Oh, I will make a Mattepainting from this Concept

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