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New here, thought I'd post a bunch of stuff from the last couple of terms. Hope you enjoy!
Monkey King: Journey Into The West character designs:
Treasure Island redesigns:
hmm... i dont know why nobody comment your work.
i like it and i dont think that anything have to be critique... ok they are some things but you can only get better with practice and not with critique, hehe.
the church have a very cool style and the temple are well made!!
Thanks for leaving comments.
Upon further inspectrion of the forums, I think I should of posted under "It's Finally Finished".
Is there an Admin around that can move this thread?
I think the image with the guy holding the torch looks very photoshopped compared to the rest of the work. There seems to be too much saturation overall in the image and the walls seem to be a simle image manipulation.
I really enjoyed the rest of your work overall. In particular the sketch with the asian buildings along the cliff face looked very well put together.
My sketchbook is here
the enviros and archies are sweet, even the highly stylized pair showing solid construction, composition, and execution. some of your hues lean into the oversaturated range a bit if you're looking for fully naturalistic images. the creature characters are competent but i get the feeling i've seen many similar concepts. weakest imo are your human figures -- when used at small scale in the enviros they are mostly fine, though there seems to be a few minor perspective glitches in the plaza scene. but the T.I. duo and the Indy Jones-like guy show a need to work on human form, gesture and anatomy.
Continuity Break -- my sketchbook
Kata femme -- a 3D model WIP, now updated!
The Giordano Gambit -- Barsoomian Zingball at its best!
Valkyrie Ascending -- now updated with the second in a series!
ArmaRagnaGeddonRock-yer-Yuga! -- celeztial shitz 'n' gigglez
I . Miss . America -- "colored [eyes] may hypnotize..."
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