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[16:19] <@Alzer> Arky's right though
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> I know he is.
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> He usually is.
[16:20] <@Kaiser-> Sometimes it's intentional.
[00:01] <+zubus> i love you, ya skirt wearin nothern monkey! ^_^
Its a good prototype! Keep it up!
Man your 3-D rendering skills are absolutely great.....
Only point of contention is that is a bit dark... it would be better if it was a bit lighter in color so we could see your models.. other then that its great!
I had this long signature made up, but I didnt like it...
NICE. Did you do this all on your own? That's Squaresoft grade graphics.
Looking foward to seeing more.
Very impressive, Arklite. Would like to see a little background detail in a later one, but this is pretty damn good.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
This is indeed excellent, and even more so for being a prototype. Very impressive! I agree with those wanting it a bit brighter, though, so we can properly enjoy your amazing 3-d-rendering skills. And I also found the text a bit difficult to read because the letters are so close together. Perhaps this is only because Iâ€™m not a native reader, though, and need to spell my way through some words rather than just recognising them at sight. But apart from that, this is a really good comic. Iâ€™d love to see more!
"Girls are nice and cuddly on the outside, and freaky on the inside." ~ Lost Nemesis.
I have to say that is some excellent rendering. It looks very lifelike and lighting isn't too bad, except that the background has nothing going on in it yet (Which is perfectly understandable).
I only have one suggestion. In the shot with the female holding the pistol at the camera; her shoulders and upper arms are a bit too thick for someone of her build. In the other shots, she looks to have a more athletic build, but in that shot she seems a little chunkier.
Just a suggestion, tho, maybe I'm blind.