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Old 16-05-2008, 09:37 PM   #1
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Post The Beach House

Here is a scene I redid. I think it's much better than the original. C&C welcome.
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Old 17-05-2008, 01:53 AM   #2
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Looks really nice. The only thing that looks weird is the sand, it looks really hard.

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Old 17-05-2008, 05:21 AM   #3
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Yeah cute scene, but why is the house hovering over the sand ?
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good job!

aside from the issues already mentioned, the colors are looking way too saturated - especially the roof and leaves. you rarely see colors that are that strong in real life - especially in a beach scene where the colors would be faded from the sun. knocking back the colors will really help integrate this scene. Nothing is ever purely one color... unless its paint.
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it's good
1. Lower the house to be place on the ground
2. lowler the bump of the ground (sand) to be sandy and it will be just fine
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Thanks for the crits guys. Unfortunately my pc died on me and I didn't back everything up so I can't make any changes to it. I'm done with Microsoft at this point.
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I feel like killing Ms too
Its a mac or linux for me (or both!)
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