I'm looking through all of your work...
And I keep telling myself that I have to be more careful about what I favorite, and I keep telling myself that the next picture of yours that I see I will NOT favorite, but, alas, I've favorited all of them that I've seen. :D
You know your stuff, man. Ever thought of making a game with these?
yeah acctually i'm making a game where the player explorers different epic landscapes in search of a way home... It's still in early stages but i think it will be awsome.
Dude, this is great. I have to give you props for this.
You did pretty good Funkyfists, I like how its just floating, listen if I were a hollywood star and I had more than $3000 dollars at the house right now, pssssshhhhhh just kiddin'. If i were rich enough I would buy that picture off of you for $10,000 and make a video game off of it. It has a lot of character!! No kiddin' It rules!! Double thumbs up...
Need more work, but still pretty good!
Sorry if I'm a bit too harsh on ya, hope it'll help.
-first thing that strikes is a mirror water surface, put some waves (might not be easy but especially when there is high reflection this is important). The image uses a realistic look, and mirror surface like this with huge black clouds on top doesn't make any sense. If this was intended then forget about my comment.. : )
-The rocky surface on the island (brown rocks) is badly mapped (the uv map) or the resolution of your texture is too low, I can "see" the texture stretch and end
-The water has a red-green-blue kinda video noise texture on it, feels a bit weird.
On a final note, yes, there is good stuff in your image, the matte painting is great, it's a nice idea too. Just a bit more work and it's going to be a 10.. ^_^
Keep up the good work!
I don't think you were toooooo harsh... lol.
I guess i didn't think about the storm affecting the sea... Oh well... i used anim8or which doesn't actually do reflections. So i had to simulate it which wouldn't have worked if i had waves. Oh well, ill fix up the texture, thanks for the review!
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