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the Terror-Former

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Zounds! It's the Terror-Former!

this ghoulish space-thing infests areas with its gruesome gangrenades and pestilence-projector. The Terror former is actually the weapons and ammunition themselves, they get wielded by some hapless space-adventurer who has come in contact with terror-spores.

Once the spores get into the neural pathways of the victim they start giving him/her the brilliant idea to manufacture these terrible weapons and start using them on everything right away.

After a substantial amount of the terror-mold has networked in an area they start manifesting planetary assault cysts that explode with such force they send their payload through the stratosphere. Each spore has the blueprints of the weaponry and is ready to influence another poor bastard.

-jouste the drawbarian

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The character and the execution of your skill is very well done, however I feel that the composition has a little bit to be desired. I feel that you may have a little too much negative space in the foreground. I think if you had some extra minor details that would add to the environment you are trying to convey. Perhaps things like mushrooms and things that have died the muck. Having more fore ground elements would also add more visual depth. Hope that helps.

jouste responds:

Thanks for the feedback,

I actually was just messing around with the same image size as my previous image and just wanted to try something. It didn't work out and your right. thanks for the comment!

*highfives*

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jouste
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Jan 2, 2013
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