Wonderful work. First impression was a sea dragon in magical waters. I wanted to see the feet as if the dragon was standing in a shallow wave.
I know that probably not what you intended, but that's the way I want to see it.
Btw, I love your style.
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- Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:26 pm
- Forum: Illustration/Animation/Design Lounge
- Topic: Dream Catcher
- Replies: 20
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I saw this thread the other day, but didn't have time to comment on it. I like it so much that I had to come and find it again! The title is perfect and the bear in the illustration is the best I've seen in a while.
I think the basic plot will be Spider-Man fighting Sandman and Harry Osborn while he's also fighting himself because of the alien costume's influence. I'm sure you'll see a glimpse of Eddie Brock as Venom at the end of the movie but they won't fight until part 4. There seems to be a super hero movie...
I liked this movie, but I agree that some scenes were a bit too long. Mainly the insect valley scene and the T-Rex fight scene. I liked the idea of an "unlikely hero" and the King Kong animation was great. Jack Black did a fine job. I was expecting him to be over the top and he toned it down a littl...
I did not enjoy this movie at all. The art/animation is fine but I don't think they put a lot of effort into the story. It's not the same man in the yellow hat I remember. If you are a die hard Curious George fan, then it might be worth a look.
- Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:23 pm
- Forum: Storytellers Circle
- Topic: Copper - "Metropolitan"
- Replies: 26
- Views: 10394
I think what attracted me to Copper in the beginning was that it reminded me of Little Nemo. I'm a huge Winsor McCay fan and instantly fell in love with Copper. Since then Copper has found it's own voice. Now I feel like Copper and Fred's reality is a dream world. So with that said, I like this comi...
- Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:04 pm
- Forum: Hotel Adriano
- Topic: Can't get those colors right! Help! (Printing)
- Replies: 4
- Views: 2425
I think Kinkos is fine if you know what to expect. Just don't expect much. :D What I like to do is take the basic RGB and CMYK palettes, save them as a photoshop doc and take them to a printer and have them print it out. Then go home and adjust the monitor to match the colors. If you know the printe...