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15-01-2009, 10:48 PM
Realized 10 % 3d and 90 % photoshop please to criticize without contemplation
15-01-2009, 11:24 PM
Well, it's a good start.
The first thing that hit me when I looked at your render was the absence of scrathces and scores along the edges of things...the yellow caution stripes for example. But I also sometimes like really clean renders too...depends.
Making something look real isn't easy, I encourage you to take note of the phyiscal surroundings around you during the week, don't focus on things you already know...look for things that you take for granted.
I also like to point peps to old Alfred Hitchcock films that are in black and white, he was a master in the use of camera angles and shadows...evoking a mood.
19-01-2009, 12:21 AM
i like the image but i've a couple of crits.
1, the yellow screen really grabs the eye and creates a focus where you dont really want one, try and dim the colour and maybe make whats on it a bit busier - it only looks like 3 shapes on a yellow background atm.
2, the textures on a lot of things are very busy, especially the floor and the columns. they look to me like they should be made of plain steel or something but its an almost marble texture atm.
3, lastly the lighting could do with a bit of work imo. the most lit area is towards the back of the image away from the spaceships which isnt really where you want the viewer to focus. you could almost crop the top half of the image and focus on the front ship with the second in the background. something i would definately try if this was pure 3d (but might be much more time comsuming if you've worked heavily in photoshop) would be to spotlight each of the ships and reduce the lighting levels elsewhere to really focus the viewers attention.
i think theres a making of a really nice image here though, keep up the good work.
Looking good but as the others have said it could do with more realism by scratches worn metal etc. But i think this is for the comic you were making if I'm not mistaken, which in that case i wouldn't worry about if i were you because the image would be scaled down and would work great as an image in a comic.
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