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Old 01-29-2014, 12:11 PM   #16
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Yeah its true, characters are hard overall. So many areas to improve hehe!

Taron, I like the character u made in that perspective.. Really good job!
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Old 01-29-2014, 02:57 PM   #17
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Thanks, Sazem, that was great fun! Since I hooked up that grid to Verve I'm totally fascinated with making extreme perspectives. It's still not easy, but it's crazy what difference it makes to have a any guide like that.

Mantiz, it's totally sweet to see you excited like that. ...try to squeeze all your excitement into one reply, though. There's always [edit reply] where you can add new thoughts to a message you already have submitted.
What I mean by contrast in the foreground...
Roughly speaking, perspective in paintings comes from 2 things: Form and Color
1. Form in the foreground is larger than form in the background
2. Color in the foreground has more contrast than color in the background

That means, for example, black in the foreground is darker than black in the background. Just look at any typical Hollywood production. Indoor scenes often use "dry ice" to put some haze in a scene that creates greater depth and to help differentiate between what's in the foreground versus what's in the background. In reality that happens, too, but not as dramatically. Stuff in the air, dust and such, catches light in the room and the farther back something is from your eyes, the more dust is between you and it, both adding brightness, but also taking away brightness from that object in the back.

Often just a tiny difference in contrast does the trick already, but you can push it as far as you like, of course.

I hope that made sense?!
 
Old 01-29-2014, 05:02 PM   #18
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Thumbs up nice work

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Looking great! Keep up the god work!
 
Old 01-29-2014, 06:30 PM   #19
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The Lab Girl

They call her 'The Lab Girl'. An object of observation and mental experiments.

Hope you like it

 
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Man, you really like the spooky stuff, haha!
Looks great and I like the reflections, too! I'm just not sure about the reflected color dice... ...they kinda mess with the perspective a bit much. Other than that...<shiver> ...sweet!
And thanks for divine typo, I'd guess?!
 
Old 01-31-2014, 02:20 AM   #21
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Thanks for the feedback TheTaron Love the perspective in yours, I've always wanted to do extreme perspective but it's so difficult :O

Liking everyones work so far and seeing everyone's concepts
 
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