So, there is this boy looking at the sky marveled, well, I thought he could be on a cliff, but what could he be seeing on a cliff, the beautiful moon? the stars (I mean, there is literally sparkles in his eyes)? Nah, I could only imagine him seeing a bait, like the ones from those sea monsters. So here is a quick sketch, So the next couple of days I’ll be working on the design of the creature and planing to take advantage of sketchfab’s rotating factor so the spectator can see the danger while our poor clueless boy is, lets say, amazed by that pretty light in the sky…
My next step I wanted to design or at least have some progress on the creature, BUT, I kind of have a burn out in that matter. So I tried a couple of different strategies to address that situation (Nothing worked) I actually tried using the AI DALL-E to have some inspiration and needless to say, the results didn’t disappoint me:
Why not, let´s exploit some more the past me with a procedural eye that, now that I think about it, I built for cases like this , I´ll have to modify a little bit the geometry to fit the wide pupil of our boy in the picture.
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