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    photoshop

    E: http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_ ... iathan.jpg


    http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_ ... anedit.jpg

    so what do you guys think
    I made both of these in my photoshop class btw
    E:why is no one commenting :C

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    Re: photoshop

    [tn=500:ve38tmnv]http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_2012/244496Berdgecityleviathan.jpg[/tn:ve38tmnv]
    This is pretty wicked.
    Looks like when you were masking him out you missed a spot and a city light is shining through his nose. Also the masking against the water is really poor, he's just fading into the water. A little too heavy with the shading and highlights on his right side. Also, where's his reflection? If something is in the water at that angle you should see a reflection of it against the water's surface.

    [tn=500:ve38tmnv]http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_2012/959826Rinneganedit.jpg[/tn:ve38tmnv]
    Really cool, I think this one depends more on taste but I like it. From a technical standpoint though the hard lights should be in the pupil. In real life slight curves of light can be on the eye as a whole, but not giant blobs like that :P

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    Re: photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Stickid
    [tn=500:1d0qnx8u]http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_2012/244496Berdgecityleviathan.jpg[/tn:1d0qnx8u]
    This is pretty wicked.
    Looks like when you were masking him out you missed a spot and a city light is shining through his nose. Also the masking against the water is really poor, he's just fading into the water. A little too heavy with the shading and highlights on his right side. Also, where's his reflection? If something is in the water at that angle you should see a reflection of it against the water's surface.

    [tn=500:1d0qnx8u]http://www.truploader.com/uploads/2_17_2012/959826Rinneganedit.jpg[/tn:1d0qnx8u]
    Really cool, I think this one depends more on taste but I like it. From a technical standpoint though the hard lights should be in the pupil. In real life slight curves of light can be on the eye as a whole, but not giant blobs like that :P
    Wow thanks Stickid

    I'll try and make a reflection of the leviathan also that isnt a city light I actually put that there


 

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