These are the petals of the “Divine Rose”, the messengers of the Fifth Empire.
Thanks Lemog, Stevetwist, Mnetto, Pigwater, Borro, High and Superlayer… I’m trying to not disappoint you
I’m having a kind of existencial doubt about my work… do you think I should redirect the all concept my scene into something more futurist, with spaceships or so? Help
Its always interesting to see ur work , insane.
Hey Bartok how are you, cool to see you here again. Your pirate is looking great.
Can you help me with my doubt?
“I’m having a kind of existencial doubt about my work… do you think I should redirect the all concept my scene into something more futurist, with spaceships or so?”
Good to see u too.
I think u shouldnt turn ur way , this is very original . keep on it .
Man that looks real cool love the way it goes…
looking very cool - this is a v.original idea - don’t change it, for anything - it’s very cool - and grand space opera doesn’t have to mean sci-fi - it’s just how you interpret it - so original is cool.
I’m liking the images a lot - the rose thing ROCKS! and the bridge/sea is soo cool - it’s amazingly realistic water… only slight quibble is the concrete base at the bottom of the supports, this is the only bit of the image that doesn’t look as realistic.
No! Please,don’t - this is absolutely stunning so far. Good luck!
Hello guys, thank’s a lot for your comments:
stevetwist, I must see how that concrete base will look at the end, because it’s going to be a bit far from the camera.
Gunilla, thanks for the support.
Enjoying watching your progress…
excelent, i love the colors, i love the concept… please, dont change it!
:eek: that incredible, outstanding… this is not a finished image and it looks so greaaat. Man keep it up! and good luck! Crazy FX btw
It’s really good to see something deviating from the ‘norm’. It’s more abstract and artistic - and it’s very very cool. Keep it up!
Thanks guys, your comments are great
claudio really glad to see you sticking with this, despite doubts you had … this “rose” tests are great … love this direction and concept