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GLAMOUR AND GRAIN by ekud GLAMOUR AND GRAIN by ekud
Glamour & Grain.

Produced for my final folio. The idea was to produce something that contrasted with it's surrounding; this was not meant to be a seamless blend.

Check out the workshop set up for it over at depthcore if you feel like giving a more detailed critique!
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TheFist17 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2007
niceeee...
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zenque Featured By Owner May 13, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
wow great
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ep7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
fantastic. i only wish it was 1600.. but i'm good.
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tonare Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Looks good bro. This is a hard one to achieve. Play around with fresnel more and add layers to your materials, that will help alot and give you much more control. I really like the concept as well. :D

I'll be trying to do something like this soon. I've had the idea in my head for a year now, but just never got around to it.
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o0Tron0o Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006
bam tat hits the spot
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bleste Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006   Photographer
I think you achieved your goal - it looks just enough out of place that it really adds to the image. def. liking it - fav <3
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alphakx Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
this is quite cool, and the color work has a very spicy blue that works perfectly. I like it :thumbsup:
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CardinalCDXX Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
I suppose it contrasts, but I don't know if its in a good way. I think there are a couple ways you can make it jut out but without having it feel like its flattened on (and I use the Photoshop term expressly). The image has to trick you in one way or another, if its not lighting then it would be materials. Here I think you could Make it FIT, as in mold the wall perfectly (but I'd guess you'd have to use a lil' bit of lighting too), so the fact that the materials are completely different wouldn't be as noticeable.

Tricking the mind is always fun.

Excellent job, tried to give as best critique as I could. Is this depthcore workshop going to amount to anything in the future?

?eace
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warnis Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
It would be cool if the 3d left a shadow on the wall, atm it feels pretty bland :/
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pseudopod Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
good blend duke...like the colours too.
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