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    colored bird

    i know this design wasnt many peoples favorite but i already had a colored version being made so i went ahead and finished it. i think it makes the car look nicer.

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    Talking Re: colored bird

    nice render, but i think it needs more shadows and highlights. it still looks a bit cartoony. also, desaturating the windows a bit would make it more realistic. and it's kinda hard to tell where the a-pillar starts and the mirror begins, more shading on the mirror would help too. hope i wasn't too critical.
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    Re: colored bird

    How do you render?

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    Re: colored bird

    Quote Originally Posted by camaroman22
    nice render, but i think it needs more shadows and highlights. it still looks a bit cartoony. also, desaturating the windows a bit would make it more realistic. and it's kinda hard to tell where the a-pillar starts and the mirror begins, more shading on the mirror would help too. hope i wasn't too critical.
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    no not to critical at all. the more critisms i get the better i can get


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    How do you render?
    i put my drawing in photoshop and mostly just use the brush tool to paint it.

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    Re: colored bird

    alright i did a little more work to it. desaturated the windows and made the mirror blend in less

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    Re: colored bird

    Hmm, I think I liked it better without color.
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    Re: colored bird

    Quote Originally Posted by rmodys
    Hmm, I think I liked it better without color.
    It's pretty good, though I agree with rmodys
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    Re: colored bird

    Where'd your picture go?

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