one of those things that I could probably tinker on indefinitely and not feel finished with it, which means 'post and move on!'
-on to the next
-on to the next
I want it!
One lethal-looking jet.
Really great job!
*Looks at it for a good 5 minutes straight*.... begins to speak... What was going thru your head when you rendered out that high rise in the upper left? Do you imagine employees up there? As in... what the job position would be? Don't know if that sorta' thinking helps you imagine these environments more.
Is that Robocop's ship!?
It IS. Well.. it's not Robocop's ship as much as it is Robocop in ship form. Because he's a transformer. I also designed Robocop's motorcycle.
Looking good. I think perhaps things could be lighting up a bit as it gets a little hard to make out, but I bet you're moving on to something just as fantastic.
see, there's the rub. I'm working on two monitors, one high contrast and one low contrast. I have no idea what it looks like to most people viewing it and details (even the ones I don't want to show) show up a lot more on the lower contrast monitor. In keeping the values looking right on one, it tends to effect the other adversely in some way. Generally I let how it looks on my phone be the deciding factor, but it's maddening to say the least.
Yeah I know what you mean. I lot of my digital prints come out dark, but look fine on every monitor I look at them on... I have no idea how to solve that issue...
well that's a bit different. If you're remembering to switch your image over to cmyk before printing, then it may just be the nature of ink and/or the type of paper you're using. It would probably be helpful for you to run a bunch of test sheets off with varying degrees of brightness/contrast adjustments and just remember the settings that work best for you.
Best Hammer of Arbelas I have ever seen!
jeeze. it looks finished nontheless.
Impressive. Most impressive. *throws lightsaber*