Morning Commute
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Morning Commute

Author Comments

I've had the idea of a piece like this using Titus for some time. As always, it strayed a bit from the original idea, but I think I like it more. From a personal achievement, I feel this might be my best rendering and lighting to date so far. The even bigger challenge was drawing Titus in this perspective holding the gesture. Everything is hand drawn, including the background, except for a few texture overlays. I reference some NYC buildings (haha still can't escape that place) and drew in the building across the street. I wanted a solid feel of a morning commute adding more details like "South Entrance" to the sign indicating an East rising Sun. I know my lighting isn't perfect by any means, but I'm happy at least capturing a believable feel of "time of day".

Here we have Titus having his typical morning commute to Lockridge Industries in Hybolt City. What goes on during his day to day tasks? Who knows, but make sure you aren't one of those "tasks". Even the young boy looking behind him knows this guy is a bit scary hehe.

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Smoking is bad mkay.



IS COOL!



This is amazing! The detail of the floor, let alone the logo on the wall and the way it interacts with the bulb above is just crazy. I love the lighting effects you've done here, nothing short of great in my opinion.


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fxscreamer
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Uploaded
May 15, 2016 | 10:58 PM EDT
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