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    Mech

    Hey, I'd like to know your comments on this piece I'm working on. Thanks!!!

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    use image tag
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    wow man this image is way too big! o__o post a smaller version plz. cant crit anything unless i can see it in one piece
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    Talking Here's a smaller pic.

    ...What was I thinking...here's a smaller version. The original is 4000x2000 pxs in res. This one is squashed.

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    The pic has potential what you need to do is correct the perspective and refine it more. Mostly the mech which I think is suppose to be the main focal point looks off especially around the legs and feet. Thats would be my suggestions. But keep up the good work.
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    Thanks!!!

    Thank you for your comments. ...
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    hey egamez,

    the perspective looks good so far, everything looks placed correctly.

    as for the mech itself, tried breaking it down into simple shapes? Easier to make sure it looks right perspectivewise. Plus it's easier to figure out the lighting and shadows.

    for detailing, you might have to do some studies of real life "mechs". Escavators, construction vehicles and so on. Ref some current military hardware too, if you're going for the mechwarrior look.

    you might also have to balance out the "head" and the feet placement cause it looks a little unsteady atm.

    did a quick ten min sketch to illustrate those points...
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    Thanks a lot!!

    Thank you very much for your input. Yes, i'll be working on the mech a lot more.

    Thanks!!!!
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