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Down by the Bay

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This is a single shot from a project I've been working on in class titled "Down by the Bay."

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Down By The Bay......

.....where the watermelons grow?
Nice pic. Thumbs up.

Jimtopia responds:

Ha, yes you caught me that is where the name comes from. Glad someone got it.

Reminds me of...

Silent Hill. Definitly has that "Silent Hill" vibe to it.

I keep feeling like the guy is going to end up looking at me when I scroll up. Weird.

Or that a shark is going to go "GRA-NOM!"

Jimtopia responds:

Ha, now you've got me all paranoid. THANKS A LOT.

I mean it. >_> Thanks for the review.

I like

I really like the setting, the camera angle is good although I feel like the fog is an attempt to get away from making a more detailed background. I'm not sure how I feel about the cel-shaded character in a realistic environment... But I do tend to like it, gives a whimsical childish feeling I guess. A simple image that has a lil flair and character to it.

Jimtopia responds:

Heh, yeah I spent so much time on that freaking dock the rest of the world sort of fell to the wayside, though that wasn't the only reason the fog was chosen. The scene honestly just didn't look as good without the fog. It really does help when you can compare the scene with and without fog side by side.

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Apr 9, 2010
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