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    The bubblegum monster cometh...

    Another painting attempt. I'm REALLY happy with this one! I was trying to capture mood and lighting on this one, and I think I succeeded. I read up on lighting on Itchy Animation, and I think my grasp is improving. I was inspired by the DSG bubblegum monster thing. I guess I could add like grass, and more of a BG, but I like it the way it is. Ok, so tell me what you think!
    The bubblegum monster cometh...

    P.S. Hahah. I just realized I got the brush cursor in there. Please ignore that!

    Last edited by simfonie; September 29th, 2005 at 02:21 PM. Reason: stupidity
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    anyone? no one?

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    Is it sitting on a brain? You need to define what it is better.

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    It's scary, man. It looks like it's made out of someone's guts. I'd say a giant gum would be smoother than that.

    Anyway, for a scenery like that, i'd say the lighting would be a lot less lively. The thing looks like it's lit up by some car's headlights or someting rather than the moon. With the moon like that, you'd probably see little more than it's silhouette all black against it. I'm no authority when it comes to shading, but at a glance, that's the way i'd see it.

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    Stupid: No, it's not sitting on a brain, it's stretching off of a cliff.

    K-17: Well, I wanted to give it depth and a good shape, so I thought I'd go for that stage in between all hard and chewed up and soft and delicious. Yeah, I see the moon thing. I'll change that in the morning.

    Last edited by simfonie; September 30th, 2005 at 02:38 AM.
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