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I made this mountaingiant jus relaxing at the beach while the moonlgiht is shining down at him, and a faeri dragon on his shoulder. :D
08-06-2003, 10:30 PM
Nice. I'm not sure it was a good thing to combine your drawing with a real picture - your style is more cartoonish, a background of your own would have been more apropriate. And there's no "giant" feeling because there's nothing there to compare with the creature (ex: if in his hand were to be a truck you could gues how large the giant is). Now he's looking like a lonely freak of nature with a strange butterfly on his shoulder.
Show us more of your work.
09-06-2003, 10:32 AM
Must say that you have captured that relaxing look in your picture. Mostly thanks too the blue colors yepp its really a chillout at the beach pic ^^
09-06-2003, 10:30 PM
i cant see the details in the little blue guy, actually I can barely see it, could you make a close up of it??
just wondering... but did you draw those?
the same pictures are right there yours are just a different color
10-06-2003, 10:15 AM
i will reiterate that point!
Ehm, i didnt not paint it, im using ps7 goddamit >_<
but i put him in i nice envoronment and altered the picture alot
10-06-2003, 03:15 PM
just remember that if you use someone elses work, notify that you do... i was just going to say, damn thats a nice pice, too bad you ruined it with a photo background.... well, now it turns out you didnt do anything in the pic, cus i asume you didnt take the picture either(?)...
DONT STEAL OTHERS WORK.... thats all i really wanted to say
hm, its not exactly stealing when its on a wallpaper posted at the page...
But ok , i realize your point and i stand corrected, i will from now do everything myself so there is no confuison or such .
14-06-2003, 04:01 AM
I agree on that you shouldn’t steel others work but I kind of like the background-thing, it doesn’t create a beautiful, harmonic and lovely feeling but I believe that is kind of the point, creating a contrast between real and non-real. Simply creating an unreal feeling, pretty much like the old cartoon-movie “Dunderklumpen”. I think that you should keep experimenting but try to create your own material or at least say from where you've taken what you have taken =) ...
14-06-2003, 10:24 AM
Does it make fun to copy/paste pictures from others:???: `
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