cleaned it up a bit, I think.
Thanks for the insight.
3 months ago
Nice. I like it mike.
I like the goat from the last one but the rocks / mountain from this one.
to be honest i saw shoulders and a wonky looking head first. didn't notice the goat till i read the title.
Exactly what Josh Hayes said... i saw a person first, then a goat...
Also see the face first think that adding the eye will definitely help, anyway as soon as I see the goat just see the goat so these has magic. Awesome work as always!!
+1, I too saw a person
If you guys look at it that way, the same guy is visible within the previous shot as well. Adding the eye element to the goat's head will definitely 'ease down' the effect. I think this is a great improvement uncle and I like the angled rocks beneath, it added some dynamics to it, you can almost feel the jump that just happened from the left.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic aww crap, what has been seen can not be unseen :( i really liked that previous version
I love the goat. I think the goat is great. The mountain is a problem for me. I think it would be better served as a single line, like the goat.
P.S. I think the mountain is causing the weird humanoid conundrum.
@Andrew Colin Beck 100% correct. The shading on the mountain is different than the goat. The shading makes the mountain look like some sort of robe coming over the shoulders of a heavyset woman.
I think the goat still reads as a goat if you fix the mountain and add an eye. Like above, maybe use the goat from the last version.
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by Mike Bruner
Changed out the darker mountains and brought back in the shaggy hide.
Also have a version attached without the shaggy coat.
I think its closer. Thanks for all the input everyone.
3 months ago
@Josh Hayes darn it, now that's all I see too.
@Josh Hayes :) thx now I see it, but I think it helped to look at it again. all the critiques help. Appreciate it.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic THx, nephew. :) check out the other one I post, I have the version without the shaggy hide lines also attached, but I think the extra lines give it more dimension to the goat.
@Andrew Colin Beck I believe the darker mountains was a problem also, THX.
@Micah Thompson , @Sam DeMastrie , @Lindsey Kellis Meredith , @Richard de Ruijter , @Luis Lopez Grueiro , @Marin Sotirov and @Jonathan Patterson thanks for the critiques.
Yea... unifying the lines is a real improvement. Nice touch!
If I could hypothetically put a hybrid together, I like the shaggy goat with the eye, facing right, but also these darker mountains.
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