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  04 April 2014
Catacombs, Nick Ames (2D)



Title: Catacombs
Name: Nick Ames
Country: Australia
Software: Photoshop
Submitted: 28th April 2014

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  04 April 2014
What are those red things? Is there a story, Nick?
 
  04 April 2014
I was hoping for more cats
Very nice mood, I really like the lighting
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  04 April 2014
Originally Posted by mazab: I was hoping for more cats


I was hoping for more combs. But the lighting is beautiful.
 
  04 April 2014
I like it. It would be more amazing if there was only one red ship though (the one in the foreground only). At first I only saw that one. After some time, I realized there are 2 more and I was kind of disappointed for some reason. It would be more mysterious if there was only one.
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  05 May 2014
This is lovely!
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  05 May 2014
Haha! Thanks so much for the feedback everyone! I am pretty new to CGSociety (after losing CGHUB the other week D: ) and am very humbled by this piece being showcased.

I did not start with any particular story in mind; it evolved from an alleyway into the cliff-faces you can see now. My thoughts now are that these red ships would be part of an exploration/recon team who have wandered too far from their designated flight-path and discovered something much older and darker than they were ever expecting. Something horrible may be watching from the shadows of the dusty graveyard world that is yet to reveal itself.

Funny thing is, I had only one ship in the foreground there for a couple of days but couldn't hep but feel like it needed more red. I tried some other ideas (such as people or flags) but none seemed to work at the stage of the painting I was at. I do agree though that it was more lonely and mysterious with just the one.

I'm glad that you like it none the less and really appreciate the feedback. More is always welcome.

Last edited by N-Ames : 05 May 2014 at 10:13 AM.
 
  08 August 2014
Wonderful job!.......Xenoarchaeology is something I absolutely love...it's so very interesting.
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  08 August 2014
Thanks very much mate, glad you enjoy
 
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