Another scene from the titles (attached).
Super pressed for time, but feel like it needs more activity or a NYC feel. Thoughts?
over 1 year ago
Maybe a pedestrian or two in the background, pushed back? Looks great!
Uh maybe the NYC Skyline? Or is that too cliché?
Bet one more layer of skyline will do it. Denser.
@Andy Rossi nice, like that.
@Nathan Walker I wanted to keep it kind of uniform buildings wise (across the scenes for time sake), but could definitely do that.
@Timothy J. Reynolds definitely. Faded a bit more, perhaps a stand out or two.
Was thinking of some steam in the foreground too? And maybe a dude taking up half the screen hailing a cab.
Ahh time restraints!
@Glenn Thomas - I bet that a wind-swept newspaper page would really add some motion, too. Time restraint challenge: accepted. :)
I really like the use of light in your work. It's so...atmospheric
This stuff has been really rad man!
The shapes, textures, and lighting are all spectacular. But I think the reason it doesn't "feel" like NYC is because the buildings all look so far away. From that perspective, you should only see the front of one or two buildings towering above you; here it looks like you're outside of the city looking in.
Also a couple other nitpicky things: the sign says one way, but cars are moving in both directions, and since it looks like they're in the middle of an intersection, shouldn't that light be red?
But seriously, this looks so good! And the ideas posted above would totally help.
@Kevin Boodtama awesome Kevin - right on.
@Glenn Thomas these pieces are really wonderful. i think maybe adding windows to the buildings would give it more visual interest - some with lights on, some off?
either way i love your shapes and lighting. wonderful work!
This is some very powerful kung fu!!!
Love the texture, looks fantastic!
This is beautiful!!
For a quick addition you could always throw a plane or two flying in the background?
Great piece, but that pole to the left is kind of annoying to the eye. Maybe it's just me? Maybe it's because it's too crowded with papers?
@Joaquim Marques Nielsen thanks man - this was eventually replaced with v2 of NYC.
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