Some sculpting practice.
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about 1 year ago
This makes me want to play Final Fantasy Tactics. Awesome work.
how long have you been using c4d? how long does this type of work take? I really want to purchase it once im able to.
These environments should be in a game...
Love your style!
this shouldn't take longer than an hour or so - depending on the workflow.
@Timothy J. Reynolds
In order to take this style a bit further, I think you should try to start adding new aspects to these things. Maybe narrative ones. For now it's nice, but these pics still don't tell anything. You know what I mean?
Don't get me wrong, but I think there isn't a lot of real (constructive) criticism on dribbble.
This is just awesome piece! Makes me happy )
@Adam Yeager been using C4D about 2 years now. This landscape took about 90 minutes.
@Stephen Normand maybe one day, sir.
@rosch thanks for the feedback. i think I'm just practicing building stuff right now [mainly landscapes]. hopefully it evolves with more of a narrative in the near future. I'm in no rush, since it's all just self-initiated work.
and that's the best part of self-initiated work at all! no rush :)
Totally love this, Tim. Made it my new wallpaper. I usually use an all black wallpaper, but this is subtle and small enough to be perfect. Cheers!
Fantastic work with shadow and light and a very caracteristic style. I love it.
so totally awesome. love this.
wow dude, that looks so cool! :)
thanks a whole lot, everyone!
Very eye-catchy. The sewer drain is a nice little detail.
love it Tim, really nice colours and shapes
awesome! as always :)
AWESOME. reminds me somehow an anaglyph filtering effect. Perhaps you could give it a try! :)
Dude I saw this on the eatsleepdraw blog today, congratulations! :)
@Daniel Price Wow, thanks! I had no idea!
it looks great
by Timothy J. Reynolds
Another rejected island.
7 months ago
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