praise be to grail!
He looks REALLY grimy. Perfect.
I wasn't keeping track but at least several hours. It'll commonly take 6 hours to do a not-too-complicated image. For me a lot of that time is used up experimenting though; for good or bad I spend a lot of time trying out different techniques instead of refining what I've tried before. That most recent tutorial is still how I'm doing the basic setup, though. It's a lot easier than what I used to do way back when I started.Turkitage said:Curious, about how long did it take you to do something like this with all the shades/etc?
Wish -> CommandDar Klink said:http://img851.imageshack.us/img851/3482/1300075357714.png
I think this would make an awesome color page. Please?
why would goats need eyes like that? i get octopuses.. but for goats it just seems unnecessary. maybe they are distant relatives.Aphasia said:I googled the rectangular pupils that goats and octopus have because I was so curious about them. Apparently it allows the creature to absorb more light in the dark
No, goats and octopuses aren't distant relatives. Their horizontally-slitted eyes apparently give them a better peripheral depth perception, and probably help them see better at night too.Truder said:why would goats need eyes like that? i get octopuses.. but for goats it just seems unnecessary. maybe they are distant relatives.
That's true. It's hard to make myself do it just cause I'm not used to it. Thanks for the advice!CCS said:Cool, though your work would probably really benefit from painting in the core shadows and varying between hard and soft shadow edges. Right now your shadows are sort of in between.