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Some creatures being exposed to the light of day...suggestions?
Soemthing else "in progress"
Hello, I like the different textures you put in the first pic. There is a skull in the middle? I can't quite tell what's going on, but I see some dark green strokes in the center of the piece.
The second piece has some promising textures. If it's something you are going to keep working on and adding updates to, you might want to put in the WIP forum.
Ok. I figured that the two faces on the right just weren't defined (like you said its confusing what that thing in the middle is...skull? I dont know.)
To avoid confusion, I added features...teeth etc. Cep't now the one on the right looks kind of cuddly for some reason with puppy-dog eyes. Not exactly the creature of evil you'd be expecting. On the other hand I think that might make it more intriguing.
I also noticed what you were saying about the other tints. The black area was impure for some reason and it wasnt showing up on my monitor. I tried to fix that too.
My First version: Cheesy red eyes...unexplained white cloud...lack of facial features.
With suggested edits:
Last edited by Rizzex; November 13th, 2005 at 12:59 PM.
Those yellow eyes aren't in the socket or it seem as though they are reflecting light instead of eminating it. If they were reflecting light then his front would be better lit most likely.
Out of everything in the pic, the left face is the most succesful, simply has the the most convincing plane shifts.