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12-02-2003, 02:36 AM
hi :wavey: havnt posted here for a while and its probobly downgrading to u guys just looking at the stuff i made, let alone commenting on it, anyway if you have the spare time can you please look over this pick and post up any C+C:
A tribute to any who have ever fought against evil (www.sajthelper.com/ussr/portfolio/101stairborne.jpg)
also if you are feeling very bored can u visit my site, it not complete yet, but c+c would be great =]
Alex's site (http://www.sajthelper.com/ussr/index.htm)
thanks ahead of time =]
12-02-2003, 09:18 PM
I would try rendering some form onto the shapes with shadows/gradiants or even solid colors (similar to cel shading). I think that would give it a more volumetric and solid feel. mokba
12-02-2003, 10:08 PM
Yep I agree with USSR. Add some simple highlights and shadows to each of your base colors, thereby establishing a light source. With just shadows alone, you can add alot. But with 3 colors you can get amazing results!
Look at the illustrations on this site for some great inspiration:
12-02-2003, 10:46 PM
whoaw that guy is good with flash :eek: and thx for the advice i might recolor it later :beer:
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