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|Color and Light||1.1||Do Assignment|
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|Illusion of Space and Atmosphere||1||Do Assignment|
|Personal Art||1.1||Do Assignment|
So here you go, this is finally finished. I sent away my final design to the client and it's up to them to pick one now.
Things learned: Make up a CONTRACT. I got seriously frustrated with this one. A good man on the forums advised to break up the process into 3 parts and follow the structure. It's a good idea. Without it the entire thing became a massive clusterfuck with us going back and forth between designs and generally everyone got frustrated. In the end I think they picked one of the very first ones, to my confusion. Why the hell I was I wasting my time with the next 12 then?!
Another thing I learned. Particles and textures are awesome. However too much and it becomes silly.
Anyway. Artwork now. Critique is very much welcome.
These are pretty much in sequential order but I omitted some of the same ones.
Let me know what you think! Tips, critique etc
PS: My favourite is v10, but I think they'll choose v3, 11 or 15.
I love the traffic cone
Oh thanks, it's a Glasgow thing. Wait, you're from Paisley, you should know that
Funnily enough I was asked to remove it.
Last edited by Thoolhoo; August 24th, 2011 at 10:10 AM.
I thought it was a nice touch. Shame they didn't want it.
For those not from Glasgow or the west of Scotland, there's a famous statue in Glasgow of the Duke of Wellington mounted on horseback. As far back as I can remember, and I'm forty-one, this statue has sported a traffic cone on it's head. Sometimes the horse has one too.