Needs salt, though.
Looks great! I love his toes and his super slippery wet eye.
Spectacular. You just have that edge on lighting that pushes your pieces over the top.
Very very pretty lighting. It really brings it to wonderful life :)
Another winner. The atmosphere thats whet gets me.
Perhaps light bouncing off the floor? It'd create a little bold fill from below which is pretty common in arena sports like MMA and pro-wrestling. But you can keep it darker than the real world stuff, but still add little extra oomph like the Kitchen one.No matter what, I love it and check in here every day or two. Keep up the gorgeous work!
the film looks promising. Keep posting updates so I can relive group projects vicariously through your film.
sooooooooooo gooooooooood. Love everything about this. This short is gonna rock
You're amazing, Sam.
great translucent eyelid and skin, really nice rendering
I loooooove the eye.
I continue to be amazed, nice painting Sam!
Well, I think it looks really really awesome! I love the subtle colors and the lighting is really good as well. Do you use a Cintiq or just a tablet?Hans
HAHAHAAHAHHAHAHA this one is just pure fun. I love both their expressions and body language.
Thanks everyone! I'm flattered by all the good feedback on this.Hans: Intuos 2 (yeah, I don't even have the cool little buttons on the side yet). I tried a Cintiq the other day though, and it was pretty cool. Not quite $2500 cool yet, though. Maybe better techology eventually?
Amazing stuff, Sam! Your painting skill is great!
this turned out great.
wow, it's beautiful.
Amazing lighting. this for the BYU animated short right? This is going to be a great short. I like it alot already.
I like the changes Sam. Nice job.
Hey Sam, great Blog. The old lady with the ironing board at the bottom is really good. She would make a great flash animation. Lighting and textures mmmmm...
This looks terrific!!!
nice mood and lighting i like the narrative, good stuff.
Thanks guys! And especially thanks to Dave for the help.
very NICE!!! I like the way you captured the light. Fantastic!
Wow sam - I think that is the juiciest eyeball on earth - that is supposing this scene takes place on earth.very nice work.
Super cool. Love the cyclops!
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Awesome! A beautiful amount of depth is conveyed. Noice blog, dude.-Mo
amazing!!!!i really really love this one!!!
love the story element here..... and the lighting is beautiful..... one can always beat it to death, a true artist knows when to walk away.....be proud
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