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10-29-2006, 06:51 PM
Comments for UIR: <b> c2fmorph</b>: Crossover by Alex, by Daruma and by dperceful (http://www.comics2film.com/DCG/DispArt.php3?f_id=21233)
Cool stuff, particularly considering the deadline pressure I know you three were under. I really like the Sentinel, that thing is REALLY awesome. Colossus and Supergirl look nice too, though SG's face could use a bit of work. But that sentinel... that thing takes the cake.
10-29-2006, 08:46 PM
yikes! i didn't bother to check the text before submitting this here or at morph. beneath one blonde farmgirl it says "who can lift a tractor." sorry the text is so small...some time issues got in the way of me proofing before submitting the image.
some quickie art notes.
the left side is a combo of alex's lines and my color work. alex has a very cool style...i hope i did it justice. the right side is dar's metallo sentinel. the base is a sentinel pose done by Biohaz and some borrowed elements from a sentinel action figure. the head is from the superman returns video game. dar had some PC issues so i added the coloring and glows to the metallo sentinel. it was great working with these guys....i would do it again in a heartbeat. thanks for letting me participate and work with you guys.
thanks for the kind words b. SG's face was tough...and i'm still working on building faces' from base work (in this case alex's pencils). i think i have a better way to approach it...my next image will only tell.
10-29-2006, 08:57 PM
Great job, guys. I like the comic book layout and I think the crossover/combo theme of the image really resonates with this HM/C2F contest. It's all good; Alex's drawings and Dar's manip and Dan's colors look beautiful and really pulls it all together.
10-30-2006, 10:26 AM
Not much to add, only posting to agree with the praise of that sentinel. Great stuff! Good idea for a pic, too.
It says "who can lift a tractor." ? Huh...that's not what I thought it said. But then again, this site is all ages. :wink:
11-02-2006, 12:39 PM
Love the concept and y'all worked together beautifully! Great job blending everything together.
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