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[ Keep in mind that perspective is up to you and what you think will best translate into an interesting image... ]
[ So, you might show this scene from afar, to show both the ship and the jellies in full... ]
[ Or perhaps you'll zoom in and we'll see the giant jellies off the side of the ship from the point of view of the deck-hands, showing only a portion of the ship... ]
[ Or it might be a combination of the two: A high shot with a guy in the crow's nest looking down at the jellies and a portion of the ship. ]
[ A perspective like that could be cool, because we'd likely be able to see some of the jellyfishes tendrils under the surface of the water. ]
[ This might be a bit complex, so remember that pulling up some reference pics of sailing vessels, ocean waters, and jellyfish might help smooth out some rough conceptual edges. ]
[ Hop to it! ]
[ Sorry 'bout the delay! ]
DSG 1139: Fantasy: FANTASTIC SHIP SAILS AMIDST GIANT PURPLISH JELLYFISH
Last edited by William b. Hand; October 26th, 2006 at 04:28 PM.
William b. Hand "Sorry 'bout the delay!"
damn right, I've been climbing the walls over here!
& then when the blessing comes today I lack the time
good to have you back, and I'll find some time for this as well.
oh, i love this one! Probably post mine tomorrow after lunch.
A sea of jellyfish. A Boat and a lost sailor.
Damn I have to go to work now...
Well it's still technically a ship, and it is sailing threw the water, just not on top.
Ashton- I like the water spray in yours, I can get a sence of the impact the water is making as it hits the boat.
Jailed in an big Jellyfish, the ship gets rusty like the bones in it...
My first time here in DSG
i would appreciate C&C
Last edited by Calined; October 27th, 2006 at 05:49 PM.
Gaahhh... Dan Liimatta - I hear you, man. I've been checkin' in for a new topic, and then when one shows up it just happens to be a killer and at a time when I'm too busy/drunk to work. I'll get on it tomorrow, but good work so far people.
William b. Hand: Don't think the above means I'm diggin' at you. Time is precious (or should be) for us all, so I do appreciate you giving your time for topics.
miljenko, thats classic... did you draw all those suckers? ouch
Ashton - nice composition - hows it going in Japan?
mine took about 3.5 hours with a break in between:
Digital_embryo: Simply beautiful, i love everything about it
EDIT: woah, your'e from auckland? Me too man, wicked
Digital Embryo: yeah, dude, did all 'em effers. I love your piece, especially the hull of the boat (or, junk). Thanks and keep it up
Seeing all the photoshop to tutorials I decided to give elements that came with my scanner a try. Being used to the gimp it took me some while so I took the liberty of integrating the ship with the yellyfish :-)
Regards, Ron AF Greve
Last edited by moonlit; October 28th, 2006 at 08:22 PM.
The dsgs have been excelent lately, props to everyone puting in the time and effort.
"Afraid not of none of you cowards but of my own strength"
Miljenco, that looks more like an octopus, good work guys!
About a hour. Purple jellyfish.