that s amazing i guess with more or less time that i could do anything in this dev, i mean technically. but it would never come out of my mind!
when i see something with an outstanding complexity i can always say " one day i ll be able to do this and this day i ll show you!"
but here i just can say " damn why didn t i have such ideas? "
i feel very
give me your brain please
*lol* no that s great! i don t want to think how many layers you were having on this dev... bravo!
Comments... Absolutely love this one, it's going on the desktop and in favs...
The asteroids could use work, they have some hard lines. I noticed asteroid problems in previous works you have had so this could indicate an area you can work on. The lightning looks ok to me though.
Some ideas on asteroids is that they don't generally look in place in a small patch like that, or at least I never though so. A belt looks better, as in going across the whole picture, but just a small area doesn't seem really good. An asteroid or two could look better, as in if there is a lot less density in the patch it could look better (you'll have to try and see what you think). Anyways, just my two cents!
Also, if you are not already, you should go into poster selling. All that quality on a larger than life glossy poster... yeah, that would be cool...
i dislike the roughness of some of the 'lightning' (im not even sure what to call that lol) parts on the space station, the giant feel of the universe is overwhelming though and the lighting's pretty interesting.
lighting is great man
but the lightning stuff...it looks as if it doesnt have a source...
the asteroid thingy is a major drawback
the model doesnt seem to fit the atmosphere well..it looks alienated abit
but its just me
overall looks good
Very nice! I like it very much. I am interested though as to what it'd look like with the background starfield reduced to about 50% fewer 'dots'. It seems to be a bit much/distracting. But that's the only thing that I have a contructive crit about. I think you've done very good here. Thumbs up!