The Journey Begins Challenge (3D) Entry: Wim Coene

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Old 03 March 2006   #16
Originally Posted by derbyQsalano: This surely works motivating, because I always seem to struggle with composition and lighting.

Me too! But I know you'll do well if you find the time for it. Goodluck honey
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Old 03 March 2006   #17
Dang dude, that looks awesome You need to finish your horsie fast so we can see some updates here
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Old 03 March 2006   #18
I love the sketch you have there. I don't know...maybe you should put your kick arse horse to the side and start working on this piece.

Hope I'm not being too pushy to really see this piece to completion.
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Old 03 March 2006   #19
hey wim,

i'm afraid i did it too!
I entered the challenge!


much fun with this one!


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Old 03 March 2006   #20
Scary. Reminds me of Demons & Wizard's Cover. Awesome concept here, good luck.
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Old 03 March 2006   #21
Concept Sketch: Mother Concept



I've been wanting to use the same wrong proportions I used for the body. I hope I can put a distinct style in this piece, which I've never even tried before. I might change the shapes a bit in concept, but most likely, they will evolve in 3D.
The emotion on the mother's face will be sorta like this. It's very basic I know, just wanted to post something.
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Old 03 March 2006   #22
Heya everyone, thanks for the great comments, I've sorta finished my horsey, needs more work, but I'm keeping it shelved for a while. I'm happy to announce I started working on the challenge some more ^^
It really is a challenge for me, those proportions are damn hard to get right, but I like the struggle and will no doubt learn from this.
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Old 03 March 2006   #23
The challenge is to Put it out and really pull through. It wouldn't be a challenge if it was easy...

Your work looks very promising. Dig the gloom.
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Old 03 March 2006   #24
great!

some movement here!
See you tomorow dude!

I don't want to loose my precious time in concept.
Though i doubt i have time enough to do everything
i want.

Hope you finishes yours!
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Old 03 March 2006   #25
heya guys, thanks for the compliments, greatly appreciated, I surely hope to pull through!

Nico, you just underestimate the importance of concept. I never did any concept, till a few months back and starting with a finished mood, composition, is the only way to get results you want... Sure you can skip it (not for the challenge though, you have to submit at least one, you need all the milestones) but then you won't know for sure if you get where you wanted to get... At the studio we work like that, and there's plenty of remodeling going on
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Old 03 March 2006   #26
well im definetly not saying i dont need it

I just hope i don't need more

Maybe if i'm having trouble

who knows.
I'm sure as hell learning a lot now.
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