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Main : ! 3D Art ! : DC Comics :  Arrow

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Submitterrobert2654More Photos from robert2654   Last Update2014/11/9 21:22
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My Take On The Green Arrow

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robert2654
Posted: 2014/11/10 15:26  Updated: 2014/11/10 15:26
mutant
Joined: 2009/12/9
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Posts: 109
 Re: Arrow
thank you all for the feedback. i'll try to keep in mind all the pointers.
pijon
Posted: 2014/11/10 7:40  Updated: 2014/11/10 7:40
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Joined: 2006/7/18
From: United States
Posts: 6342
 Re: Arrow
I couldn't agree more with DW and Star! Although if you like the amount of background you have, you may also consider bringing the character closer to the camera rather than the other way around. The pose is also a bit static. Consider bending the front leg and moving the back one out using side to side so that he leans forward and maybe even have his chest lean back slightly. That should give you at least some better dynamics. The good news is your Arrow, bg and lighting all look pretty good and you keep getting better. Keep up the good work.
StarChild
Posted: 2014/11/10 7:15  Updated: 2014/11/10 7:15
Shaper of Worlds
Joined: 2004/4/5
From: Matteson, Il
Posts: 3908
 Re: Arrow
I gotta agree..way too much negative space on this one. Unless the focal point is the background the camera should be a lot closer to the subject.
Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2014/11/10 3:15  Updated: 2014/11/10 3:15
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
Joined: 2004/12/6
From: Kentucky
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 Re: Arrow
If you are doing an image focusing on your take of a character, I would thing the focal point would be a closer shot of the character. I would love to see more detail. What I see is he is posed to attack, but there is no enemy in view, as a result it creates a lot of wasted image space and a smaller view of your idea.