There's Something Out There


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one of the best missions in majora's mask and favorite zelda game, this title kicked so much ass i would bore people talking about it; i know they didn't have electricity i just popped it in subconsciously


The cuteness pleases me.

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G3no responds:

this side quest was pretty cute after all

I can see what luckylime is saying if you look at the picture in the small mode. But when I looked at it on full scale, having to pan around, i actually thought the exact opposite. feels like a believable, strong spacial image. really awesome work as usual, this better get frontpaged!

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G3no responds:

warming kind words, a front page is always superb, it's kind of a lottery in here though.

update: a lottery that was won just now

Don't get me wrong, you have an interesting art style, good color schemes, and great attention to detail... but I find your scenes really hard to look at because there's very little tonal balance and everything indiscriminately saturated. The focal points just get lost in the visual mess. Things far in the background don't need to-- or rather they shouldn't have that much detail. More finesse is needed here but a solid piece regardless.

That fucking moon looks like me when i see that you have posted a new art

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G3no responds:

careful with that excitement

idk why, but I think you should really try making this pic 3D.... with the blue and red line thingies, u know?
maybe it takes a special technique, but I think you would really like the result too :)

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G3no responds:

i did actually attempt to do that, it's not something i have done a lot, so i have to experiment a little bit with it

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4.78 / 5.00

May 11, 2015
12:40 PM EDT
File Info
2250 x 924 px
2.3 MB

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