DOOOO IT also the engravings on the armour are a nice touch man
Nice work lately
yeah dude, getting better and better ! just be carreful about the hard edges you puted on the creature's legs, they caught my attention, more than the head, try to get more contrast on the head, and use soft edges for the legs, and the eyes would get a better focus on the creature's head ! ( and i agree with alexson, the first design was better ! maybe mixing the old and new one would create a fking awesome creature !! ) ! keep it up !
woah that creature is looking nicely plastic !
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Nice job on that one buddy!
Just some cents that may work: adding some white shapes on the monster- for instance in the claw area (maybe bringing in some color variation like here and here, also correkting the edges - means harder moving towards the focal ( aswell as adding scars and texture to the creatures body), putting some (borken) eggs in the distance, or also even adding a fetus shining threw one of these front eggs to push the color complementary.
hope that helps, but i guess you would have done most these hints anyway cause its still a wip now
alexson: Thanks dude, was focusing more on design in the first stages, realised the image itself sucked, i will work more on the design again when i find time to continue.
kikindaface: Thanks man, its still early stage, mainly fixing things so i can start rendering.
Tef: thank you
Meps: thanks mate.
Sebastian Gromann: Thaaaanks for the pointeres, most of it is in the works already.
some client WiP for an indigame... will be used as homepage background i think.
i tottaly love your work i just added you also on D.A cheers and keep it up
that snowy landscape is amaaazing dude!!! and that creature/monster thing is friggin scary man haha. always love seeing the new stuff man!! god knows your churning it out like a machine!!
Holy crap, agreeing with NickyBeats, those mountains are wicked! Great job!
Aaaaah those textures man. The landscape looks fantastic! You really nailed your value distribution--I'd imagine it would be easy for forms to get lost in an image with so many light values (the snow, etc.) but you really pulled it off--every part of it reads clearly. My only critique has to do with the little clusters of crystals. They feel a little isolated and stamped-on. It might help them blend in a little better if you increased the size of a couple of the clusters to make it look like a more spreading, natural growth pattern. Adding some of the colored light that would be transmitted through the crystals and onto the snow and rocks underneath/nearby could also help them blend in more with the landscape.
The crab beast continues to look awesome; adding the color variation and texture to his claws was a great move.
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