PLEASE CONSOLIDATE YOUR WIPS AND FINALS INTO YOUR FIRST POST.
CLEARLY DESIGNATE YOUR FINAL.
DESCRIPTIONS ARE MANDATORY.
PLACE THE IMAGE IN A FRAME WITH YOUR NAME/TOPIC
(you can add CA logo, etc).
Please save your files starting with your nickname.
example: "Oblio_CHOW23_Platformer33 copy copy.jpg"
------------------------- DEADLINE SUNDAY, MAY 28
The way the deadline works: if deadline is on a Sunday and your image is posted on that Sunday 23:59 your local time it's a good entry.
In fact - as long there is Sunday somewhere on the planet your entry is ok. I will make the poll sometimes Monday afternoon my time (GMT +2) yet i'll have a look at the last entries.
-------------------------- Non Japanese Geisha
India, Antaritca, Africa...
OOOooooOOOOooh. ME LIKEY! GRACIAS OBLIO! Just the time thing...shouldn't we get a little extension in the deadline? I'll try to make it but this weekend is gonna be in-laws-visiting-hell. Hey, that would make a good character!
Have some time this week so I thought I'd try to get one in on this activity as well.
Alope Panther Laughs has always loved travelling and entertaining since she was a child in the Dakotas on Earth. As an adult she has found fulfillment as a contract courtesan, travelling the worlds of the five systems and making a more than a few credits.
Edit: updated the wip and gave her a first name.
Last edited by fuuryoku; May 25th, 2006 at 08:02 PM.
Thanks Mr-Joe. Ah dang, you're right about the hookah ^^;, but that's okay - it's fixable. The whole thing's done in photoshop. For the painterly look, I usually use a hard round brush at around 25-34% opacity in combination with a couple of brushes I found at CGtalk. Here's a link if you wanna download ---> http://www.furiae.com/images/linda.abr . Brushes courtesy of the lovely Linda Bergkvist.
there can a time in our history, not to long ago, when we were no longer allowed to exploit humans. It became very fashionable to train animals to perform the tasks previously done by humans. One example was the tapir hoover housecleaner and compost removal. The very finest trainer was the japanese animal master who had an army of helpers trained as maseuses and bath attendants. The very pinnicle eof his skill were the Geisha Squirrels who performed a faultless tea ceremony. the only disadvantge being that they were not particularly amusing conversationalists, and they tended to talk too much
This is not a Japanese Squirrel as the Japanese variety of Squirrels is stuborn and not amenable to training. This is a Genetically altered variant of a North American Fox Squirrel.
Last edited by chaosrocks; May 26th, 2006 at 11:05 AM.