Monday, September 19, 2011

Stealing Apples

Done for a Friend article.  I wanted to try a different render style, but looking at it now I wish I would have done something more with the drawing style as well.

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  1. Fantasctic lights!

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  2. Interesting. As I look at this, I'm thinking - yeah, Incredibles - but not Friend. Then I realize that keeping kids interested means changing graphics over the years - which it has taken the church a while to realize, I think. I still love the Julie Young stuff - but this is the kind of art kids who participate in the present culture will be drawn to. You have to be careful, as you pass 40 and head into the frightening wilderness beyond, that you realize your inner compass of cultural "appropriateness" is not going to be knee jerk anymore -

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  3. I thnk it is working well...i like the trees in the BG.

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  4. Looks good to me! The moon lighting is cool!

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  5. Love the flat rim lighting! Successful experimental piece I'd say

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  6. It´s a pleasure to visti your blog Sam .
    I am pondering the idea of ​​sign up for your classes at Schoolism.


    Visit my blog when you want! ,I´ll invite you a beer!

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  7. Great lights
    I like the eyes of the first girl :)
    fantastic work!

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  8. The lighting is awesome. I need to sign up for your classes on Schoolism

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  9. Wow! Fantastic work!

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  10. Sam you never fail to inspire! Just superb!

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  12. a great piece imo.. I really like it

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  13. It looks great, the lighting is spot on!

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  14. This is cool man.

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  15. This is fantastic, I feel bad how dark the final image printed. Be sure to check your levels before sending it in. Dark color just don't print very well. Bumping the brightness +80 would have made this sing on paper. (Also i have found making sure your mode is set to CMYK before you send to make sure you don't lose your subtle greens. Those blasted greens don't print well either.

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  16. I love your Children's Friend work. I buy them to collect your work.

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