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#ActualPrinz Eugn

Posted 22 January 2013 - 03:17 AM

These are all set pieces, so no interactivity unless you count talking with the patrons. Good point on the gradients. Hard shadows take longer, but... they look a lot better I guess.

 

 

I think if you started being more careful with lighting and shading you'll find the end product way more engrossing. I took the liberty of shading your Lady-and-cart, well, the way I would do it. Basically, light from the top right and everything shaded more or less accordingly. I think I also messed with the saturation slightly because the shading took some color out. Took about an hour and a quarter with Photoshop. And you can probably tell I'm way better with objects  than with characters... Anyway, here's my thinking:

 

[attachment=13337:Lady and Cart.png]

 

Original:

[attachment=13335:vendorl.png]

 

Edit: Swapped versions


#2Prinz Eugn

Posted 22 January 2013 - 02:46 AM

These are all set pieces, so no interactivity unless you count talking with the patrons. Good point on the gradients. Hard shadows take longer, but... they look a lot better I guess.

 

 

I think if you started being more careful with lighting and shading you'll find the end product way more engrossing. I took the liberty of shading your Lady-and-cart, well, the way I would do it. Basically, light from the top right and everything shaded more or less accordingly. I think I also messed with the saturation slightly because the shading took some color out. Took about an hour and a quarter with Photoshop. And you can probably tell I'm way better with objects  than with characters... Anyway, here's my thinking:

 

[attachment=13336:Lady and Cart.png]

 

Original:

[attachment=13335:vendorl.png]


#1Prinz Eugn

Posted 22 January 2013 - 02:45 AM

These are all set pieces, so no interactivity unless you count talking with the patrons. Good point on the gradients. Hard shadows take longer, but... they look a lot better I guess.

 

 

I think if you started being more careful with lighting and shading you'll find the end product way more engrossing. I took the liberty of shading your Lady-and-cart, well, the way I would do it. Basically, light from the top right and everything shaded more or less accordingly. I think I also messed with the saturation slightly because the shading took some color out. Took about an hour and a quarter with Photoshop. And you can probably tell I'm way better with objects  than with characters... Anyway, here's my thinking:

 

[attachment=13334:Lady and Cart.png]

 

Original:

[attachment=13335:vendorl.png]


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