|03 March 2010||#20|
Leigh van der Byl
A cog in the wheel
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Join Date: Feb 2002
Yeah there was some technical issue last night but it's been fixed now, and it's back on the front page.
|03 March 2010||#27|
Marthin Agusta Simny
straycat : thanks !
webhead : thank you for the comments and suggestions, ill keep that in mind
Vlada3d : thank you!
keraj37 : thanks mate..yea actually my initial purpose was to make this feel old and abit desaturated so it will look natural, but thanks for the input now its showing again i think..
Philip-Vampire : lol, okay lip, g traktir instant noodle buat lu huehehe..
tenerh : thanks! good to know you like it
Rosver : thanks for the comments and your input, ill keep that in mind
TyroneMaddams : thanks man, i see what you mean, ive tried putting some smoke but i dont want to make the face covered, so i took it out
Dodgeas3d : thanks, nice observation there, the character and background were actually rendered separately, so i suppose i will try better to match both next time
far : thank you
Maview : thanks alot mate!
simyevil2010 : thanks man!
Creieru,TurNEo : thanks! ive put alot of time setting up the light, so im happy to know that you like it
leigh : again , thanks alot for considering this image
as07 : yo andre, pakabar bro.. thanks yah iya emang mau beda style sih kali ini
MotleyPete, phoenix, tahaalkan : thanks alot guys! really appreciate your comments
my other works
|03 March 2010||#28|
Join Date: Jun 2003
Yea, the owl looks stuffed to me, which didnt seem out of place to me in this particular setting.
My one major issue has to be the book pages. Even in the non zoomed size, the book pages look like they're 2 levels too low in their detail. You can see the mounds that are supposed to be page breaks....looks like drawings in the sand as opposed to what they should be, crisp and small seperations.
|03 March 2010||#30|
Lead TD / Artist / Film Maker
Join Date: Apr 2002
Nice work! Love the skin shading and the fur. I agree with the other posters though, the hand and book pages could do with a little more work. I'd love to see an animation of the little critter.
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