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Uploaded: 12/03/06 2:11 AM GMT
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I appreciate your comments and your interest in my art. Thank you all! software used: Cinema 4D 9.1 - Poser 5 - Paint Shop Pro 9


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12/03/06 2:53 AM GMT
That's just plain wild DeLaine, good job my friend.
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12/03/06 8:24 PM GMT
I wanna be as talented as you are DeLaine....! This is just wild! I love it!
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12/08/06 11:46 PM GMT
You never cease to disappoint this viewer with your highly creative work.

And so, I offer the following as food for thought ... just this viewers' humble opinions and suggestions, nothing more.

The aquatic look and depth is definitely achieved for the most part. The only ... the only contention I have ... to a slight degree ... is with the creature in black that has enveloped the main figure.

I am guessing that you left the creature as solid as it is to provide a focal point? The continuity of the underwater, or at least submersed look, is lost ... ever that little bit by the fact the the creature is so readily visible. Yet, the neighbouring area would suggest that it should fade somewhat ... even with light source that is creating some distortion.

Kind of undecided. As I took a closer look, and I think it may perplex some people that don't understand the properties of light. Hmmm ... ok, then ... that is their problem. :oP

Kidding, of course.

This is ... a great piece in my mind, this offering of yours. You managed to create some nice movement with the lesser creatures and your colour palette is great. It effortlessly conveys an aquatic or submersed look.

Thank you again ... for sharing your talents and a great visual.
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01/31/07 4:01 PM GMT
Crazy, indeed it is. Oh, to have talent like yours...
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02/02/07 4:51 PM GMT
Completely incredible and complex image. Great job!!
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01/26/09 7:17 PM GMT
Intense and fascinating..
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06/08/17 8:46 AM GMT
Original and captivating. Bravo.
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