Oct 27, 2009

So much to do so little time...

I have a LOT on my plate this week. So much so you only get this small post.

Inbetween many other things, I'm desperate to get my final piece for the ART Gallery done. At moment I can't decide what the Brachiosaurs are going to be doing. Browsing or all migrating.

I've thrown together these two quick snapshots of what I've gotten to.

Which if any of the elements in either look good and/or bad to you?

6 comments:

Brian Blacknick said...

Your Brachiosaurs look sharp. The coloration and foliage all tie in together to make it a believable composition! I'm quite envious of the folks who can conjure up cool prehistoric beasts on their PC. To someone like me that is all thumbs on the computer it smacks of pure sorcery :)

Albertonykus said...

Everything looks good to me. It looks somewhat like a scene from Walking with Dinosaurs... (Either that, or Big Al. I don't remember.)

Raptor Lewis said...

They look fine to me, as always. ;) However, I am wondering what the Brachiosaur in the lower right corner of the pic is doing with it's head down there when it's most vulnerable. Is it intentionally looking for low vegetation or a water source? That's my concern. It all depends on what you have them do. Great Job!

Weapon of Mass Imagination said...

Brian- Thanks. Though funny enough I swapped to the PC as clay is a medium that eludes me in the same you speak of about CG. I'd love to be able to sculpt as you do, but it just isn't something I can do sadly...

Albertonykus- Thanks, though I'm a little embrassed being compared to Walking with at this stage. Once I put the plants and such back in maybe, but for now this is just to figure out which way I should have the Dinos

Raptor- I'm trying to break convention. Brachiosaurus are ALWAYS shown with their necks up high, when clearly they had to come down sometime. I was tempted to put in a watering hole, but decided not to as there is no reason I can see that a Brachi wouldn't have eaten food right there at its feet...

Raptor Lewis said...

Of course...but I guess people just like the neck that high to get a feel for it's immense size. :) It's still cool. Thanks for answering my question! :)

Dinorider d'Andoandor said...

the sky fits perfectly in the first image... take a look at their shadows, they even look better in that one!