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 Post subject: A Journey
PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:56 pm 
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Hey everyone. I have not posted on NZCGI from a long time. So here i'm back. I just finished this project recently.
here's the story of this projcoct.I made this project for for my girlfriend who is living in California and i live in Auckland, NZ. i have't seen her from last 3 years. I tried to go there but could't get visa. I am re applying soon. Hopefully i will get this time.
I would love to hear your comments about this project. Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: A Journey
PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:04 pm 
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Nice work Deep! Did you sculpt the clothes, or were they created in something like Marvelous Designer? Characters look really good.

I feel like the composition is a little off. There are strong lines pointing towards one point in the image, which has the highest value in the image (so it's quite eye catching), but it's seems like there is nothing important there (roughly behind her knees). Their faces however are very high in the top right corner of the image, and the guys face feels very similar value to the wall behind his head, so they don't stand out that much. I'm just wondering what the main focus of the image is. Hmmm, just thinking about it, is there a particular story behind this? It's a bit hard to tell if one of them is leaving, or arriving. The image also seems very split in half colour wise - the left is very dark, and the right is quite light... might be a bit too contrasty? I'm just picking holes! Great work though. Very nice. :grin:

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