rouncer at November 10th, 2012 10:57 — #1
fireside at November 10th, 2012 11:32 — #2
I know it's supposed to be dark, but it's so dark on my monitor that it took me a long time to see it was a guy/monster.
rouncer at November 10th, 2012 12:00 — #3
its really abstract, it took about 5 goes before i could even solidify my vision, its just specular and no diffuse.
thanks for comment, i really know what you mean. it seems to be what the program makes, im yet to get the more "lit" ones to look as good as the dark ones.
rouncer at November 10th, 2012 15:16 — #4
this ones lit up a little better i think..
fireside at November 10th, 2012 18:06 — #5
rouncer at November 10th, 2012 22:12 — #6
yeh, probably just because im too dumb to be normal. but who cares, really its fun making these, i dunno what the hell im going to do with them tho, gotta come up with some idea, heres a steam punky type one.
tyree at November 11th, 2012 01:34 — #7
why dont you give it a white or grey background something that doesnt hide what you have done. if your concerned about a dark feel. you shouldnt need a dark background for that to come thru. that should come from the work itself, not a dark tint
rouncer at November 11th, 2012 01:46 — #8
i know, i play "hide the figure" alot when i do my art, a bit like how they hide the fake aliens in old horror movies... you get a realism hit from it. I guess I should just go and show the character properly... POINTS TAKEN!!!
rouncer at November 11th, 2012 02:25 — #9
remind you of giger a little?
rouncer at November 23rd, 2012 08:07 — #10
this colour set reminds me of rage, full on, freaky as proportions tho. >-\<
rouncer at November 23rd, 2012 11:03 — #11
same picture in greyscale, What a funny effect.