Hi @Cebbi !! First of all, thank you very much for your critique !! I agree with you in the lightning, there was something that was bothering me about that and i think you just pinned it down, i will try to give him a better contrast. The ground !! How couldnt i saw it earlier !! Forgot to give him some displacement… i guess i was too engrosed with the particle system. And the mouth… not sure if i can fix it, some of my other models have the same problem, will try to give him a better smile… sort of
Hello @Ralmon Meril !! Thank you very much !! Your critique it’s amazing ! As with @Cebbi you are right about the lightning, in my attempt to create some kind of mist effect, i prepared a low constrast lightning, however i think i over did it. Will try to increase the contrast with yours and @Cebbi recommendations. With the focus of the image… To be honest, i tried to focus on the butterfly and the fox, maybe too greedy ?? According to the composition the focus should be the butterfly, will try to center the image around her. And finally, about cropping it… Dont think i like that, sorry, i understand what you mean and the reasons behind it but to be honest i like the balance the image already have, however i like your third cropped choice !!
And hello Ja12 !! Your critique surely came as a surprise. To be honest, i havent seen the fox too big till the exact moment where you pointed out, i think it need to be like 1/3 smaller or so. i swear i used a reference to sculpt him, but forgot the volume of the hair and think that’s why it seems so…chubby. I completely love the poses you suggest, they seems so dynamic and full of emotion that are amazing, each on it’s own, in contrast my fox seems too static… like dead. However im not sure to be able to pose him like that, will try my best tought.
Again, thank you very much to all of you, your comments were exactly what i needed, hopefully i can make the modifications quickly enough as to not let the topic get cold.
By the way, sorry for my crappy english :S