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Old 08-10-2009, 10:07 PM   #1
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I forgot all about this. I called it dinner at the grave yard LOL!
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I like the creepy atmosphere.
Just curious though, were the names on the tombstones significant?
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If you want a constructive crit on the composition, I think that everything being centered detracts from the interest that the scene has. If you move things around a bit, especially the pot, or even just the camera, it could have a much stronger feel to it. Just a thought. Looks pretty cool though! Just in time for halloween.
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Originally posted by stwert
If you want a constructive crit on the composition, I think that everything being centered detracts from the interest that the scene has. If you move things around a bit, especially the pot, or even just the camera, it could have a much stronger feel to it. Just a thought. Looks pretty cool though! Just in time for halloween.
I know what you mean stwert about the composition. I was not thinking about it at the time, I was trying to make it look cool LOL! I should know better to because I have a degree in graphic design before I got a bachelors in 3d LOL! This was done when I first began understanding how to really use the power of Maya. I was more interested in how to model, light, and texture more than anything else.
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