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first time I'm actually posting some work on here..
Something I did a few months ago...Mainly a learning piece, lots of stuff I see now that could've been better..but I put enough love in it to show it off I guess
don't know why imgs arent showing...if someone wants to clue me in I'll try to fugg with it later
Last edited by agar; October 13th, 2006 at 02:24 PM.
nice. I like the monochromatic color scheme. keeps it very zen-like.
Its kind of cool, not really my thing. But all the same you did a good job in making it. Like they said, nice 3D effect.
Agar, your texture and energy here are fantastic! Of course, there are similarities betweeen yours and Fausto De Martini's, but yours is much more organic and vibrant. Creeped me out and amazed me all at the same time!
(Fausto De Martini is the artist on that one, I think. Rajit is just a commenter on the post: http://www.raph.com/3dartists/artgal...ap.php?aid=530)
oh, come ON! Noshadowmaster, everybody has done some variation of the psuedo robot with crap coming out of the back of the head! It's obvious he didn't trace it or even steal pieces of it. And, due to the generic nature of the subject matter, you'd have to tip your hat to half the world to give proper credit. Why didn't you bring up the bjork video while you were at it?
Agar, neat piece. I like the atmosphere a lot. The thumnail really draws you in. Upclose though, it gets a bit disjointed. You gotta be careful with white in a piece like this. That design on the "ear" is more distracting than a point of interest. It doesn't allow the eye to move as freely as it maybe should to take in the rest. I'd work the strands a bit more too. I don't know if they are finished or interesting enough to justify that much space right now. Concentrate on creating a flow. I'd give her more of a chin or less of a "muzzle" too.
Anyway, I know it's a learning piece. Hope my crits aren't unwelcome.
Nice, I like
Really dig the hair, strokes . . . .
here's the original sketch (really quick)
gotta love that collective unconscious
and yes, as of right now I have heard of Rojit Chander.. :-)
thanks for the tips keenerbean, something always did bug me about this piece, and I think you pretty much hit the nail on the head...
Last edited by agar; October 13th, 2006 at 02:22 PM.