View Full Version : Its a Fighter , on progress..
10-13-2009, 12:53 AM
This is my first -try-to-render- sketch i made with this fighter.
I did it on photoshop and used the basic circle brush with opacity 90-100% with combination polygonal lass to have sharp edges.
Background is not finished (not even started basically ^^)
It isnt finished yet as i mentioned , i want more detail, so if anyone would like to add something and comment i would be more than thankful and happy :D
10-14-2009, 11:29 PM
this is looking slick. as soon as some of the details are as sharp as the outline, and some of the outlines smoothed out a bit, i think it will look great.
i'd love to see some color.
10-14-2009, 11:39 PM
Heh, thnx for the reply :)
I will render it more and make it more sharpy as you suggested.
Hmm , i think i might need a third eye here again, does you or anyone else thinks something is wrong about the perspective, or the side of the plane? The position of the wing which we cant see full maybe..
i think something is wrong there..but i am not sure..
10-14-2009, 11:45 PM
yes. judging by the closest wing, it goes back from it's base, visually to the right.
if that's the case, the second wing wouldn't be seen at all, unless the plain was tilted on it's axis so that more of the top was avaiable. let me try a quick text drawing to depict what i'm saying
haha those are terrible. hope they make sense. I used periods for spaces, so try and disregard them :p
10-15-2009, 09:00 PM
hmmm thnx, i made some improvements. You were right, the left wing at this angle should not be seen at all, they way i sketched it at beggining it was like its left wing was 3 times larger than the right (and also broken)
10-15-2009, 10:20 PM
10-15-2009, 10:28 PM
the only thing i'd like to see now is the lights and shadows really defined.
those blue rockets would be plastering blue light on the bottom of the wings and stuff
and then the areas out of range from the blue light and the sunset light would be darker.
Great concept overall, i really like the futuristic feeling of this :) But i think you lose a bit of depth on the front part of the plane. The nose looks a bit flat compared to the rest. Hope this helps.
10-18-2009, 12:55 PM
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