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Old 09-14-2004, 08:45 PM   #1
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Son, Damon Patrick (2D)



Title: Son
Name: Damon Patrick
Country: United States
Software: Photoshop

This originally started out as a matte painting of barren desert planet. Guess this is what happens when you create with a television on.


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Old 09-16-2004, 06:42 AM   #2
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The sky and the choppers are excelent.
I dont like the tracks in the sand though they look to wide and to close to eachother to be made from a tank. I also think it would be a better message in the picture if the tracks was deleted. Then it would look like the choppers are out scouting for their long lost brother in arms, or something. The sand is a little to coarse near the viewer.
The Skull could be shaded more, it almost appears as it is illuminated from something else than the setting sun.

Overall it is a really nice picture though... Its really scary what kind of influenses you can get from watching the news... ohh... you didnt say news... but that was what i was thinking of anyway...
 
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