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The Work In Progress Thread
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Hi, so... I did something.

"My half ass idea just went whole."
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04-23-2017 03:13 AM
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I'm gonna be creating two new armies! Both are heavily under development, so much so, I might as well not even post it.

One is a race of humanoid, blue (sometimes purple) skinned, nomadic desert dwellers dressed in old cloth cloaks and scrap metal plates. Most of their technology is out of date and has a fairly worn desert camo aesthetic. Their home planet Trov-β 8M6, although mainly desert, it's fairly cool, hence why they wear cloaks, and are able to wear metal plates with out over heating.

[No artwork has been finished for this army so far]

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The other army is a technologically advanced faction of humans from a colony based on planet, Xeron-Ω 1A9. It's an amalgamation of plains, ocean, forest and mountainous regions (quite similar to Earth). Structures are rare on this planet, as it's at least twice as big as Earth and is only inhabited by a military colony.

Their weaponry is regularly plasma based ranged weapons, which ranges from hand guns to giant artillery cannons, though they also use phase shifted hard light melee weapons. Phase shifted hard light is used for defense as well, they use it to create shields that will block most other light based weapons, though it does a poorer job against physical based weapons. They use an assortment of vehicles, mainly mechs and dropships, but they have access to all types if needed (rovers, gunships, water based ships). Their palette consists of white, grey, orange and rarely dark blue.

Here's the only infantry unit I have done so far:

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The art is very experimental too, criticism is highly appreciated, especially negative criticism, that way I can learn what I need to improve. :D
Sorry for the huge mess of un-organized crap, hopefully it's not too bad, but being very tired seems to have negative effect on my writing. Uh Huh

P.S. Shout out to whoever gets the phase shifted hard light reference.
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04-23-2017 01:30 PM
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(04-23-2017 01:30 PM)Vexrak Wrote:  The art is very experimental too, criticism is highly appreciated, especially negative criticism, that way I can learn what I need to improve. :D

The only real thing to note is the pose. It seems very rigid.
Of course this isn't a problem if that is the intended look, or if that's just a base pose to sculpt other poses around.

I will also note that the colours might blur together when viewed at 100% zoom. This can be both good or bad, depending on whether the colours help define the shape or not. If colours are a problem i recommend higher contrast and fewer shades.
04-24-2017 05:08 PM
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Okay, thanks! Do you have any tips on creating natural poses? I'm only decent at making robotic type things.
04-25-2017 06:30 AM
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(04-25-2017 06:30 AM)Vexrak Wrote:  Okay, thanks! Do you have any tips on creating natural poses? I'm only decent at making robotic type things.

Generally 90 degree angles are a no-go for organic posing. In certain situations it can work but you'll want to angle things to make them seem alive.

Your example isn't a terrible job, although playing around with different positions can help you find a good pose.
04-26-2017 07:13 PM
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(04-23-2017 03:13 AM)Dawisko Wrote:  [Image: saQm3DY.png]


Hi, so... I did something.
Those look good so far, I like the helmeted guy. Their skin is maybe too saturated or their faces need some detail like a mouth or some eyes. If you don't want to do that, try more elements like that balaclava or bandanas, gas masks, night vision, etc.
(04-23-2017 01:30 PM)Vexrak Wrote:  [Image: X1hSsjN.png]
I think the plating on your robot should be darkened a little, or use more of your shadow value. The yellow looks okay but blends a little into the rest of it's head.
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I've been trying out different ideas for base stuff. This is a small factory powered by some wacky tesla coil thing.
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(04-23-2017 03:13 AM)Dawisko Wrote:  [Image: saQm3DY.png]


Hi, so... I did something.
I'm wondering why these guys lack any facial detail. I tried to add it, looks OK in my opinion. Also, I quite dislike the headgear, it looks like a light cap, not a ballistic helmet. So I tried to sprite it and it's also OK.
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