Really cool!My only reservation is the figure on the wing gets a little broken up for me...without an outline to hold him together, and with his two values of light/shadow being some of the most extreme in the frame, I lose his wholeness...and of course even monsters need to feel whole.There's a cool CG cleanliness to this image that might be fertile ground for you...something about this looks like an older, less "real" CG attempt at realism--which might be fertile grounds for a deliberately "styled" realism.And I wanna see more monster!
What Marty is saying. He isn't a figure delineated with a light and a shade side. He is a mass with pick out highlights. Just depends on the moment. At what lightning strike detail moment you pick for reference.Your detail render on the palne interior is really solid.
You get the monster on the half hour and in the last five minutes of the flight, and then the passengers walk away with their carry-on luggage, while a very sad piano tune plays. Wait, wrong show.I was thinking along your lines this morning. I darkened the midtone of the monster to pull him together, and tried to put a highlight/glow along his back. Once you put something in a clipping mask in Illustrator it becomes a pain to re-edit.
Keep at that Illustrator mastery. Vector is the skill they want out there.
Really? I've never seen an ad where that is mentioned specifically. I do see an InDesign requirement frequently which wasn't the case 2 years ago. And yes, I know this because I was given 3 weeks notice. My jowly, hunched-backed cartoon self should be appearing on this blog soon with the details.
hoo-boy. Sorry about the lay off Ben.
Reminding you about the low stress glory of shuttle driving. Sun Rise over The Avis Lot
The same day I was offered the L3 job I had my phone interview for Avis and told them I was taking another job.
Damn, Ben. Really sorry to hear yr news. Hoping something else comes along soon...and I'm sure it will!
Avis will have you back. Don't worry about that. You can walk and don't crap yourself too often, you're prime avis material.
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