1. Post #1
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    March 2010
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    Everything looks decent except for the guy on the left.
    He's all like "WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS THING? HOW DO I USE IT? WHAT IS GUN!?!?!"
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  3. Post #3
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    Everything looks decent except for the guy on the left.
    He's all like "WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS THING? HOW DO I USE IT? WHAT IS GUN!?!?!"
    He's reloading his weapon.

    edit: ignore above post and this, fixed it already
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  4. Post #4
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    The posing is kinda bad, both of them look really awkward and unnatural.

    Edited:

    And the left guy would drop his gun holding it like that
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  5. Post #5
    A six sided fish cube of the Flounder variety
    TheGoodDoctorF's Avatar
    March 2010
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    but please don't rate it funny; it'll only make others think that this is some kind of a joke :|
    I'm sorry, but when a silly pose like that takes up almost a third of the picture, it's hard to look past it.
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  6. Post #6
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    The posing is kinda bad, both of them look really awkward and unnatural.

    Edited:

    And the left guy would drop his gun holding it like that
    I couldn't pose both of their fingers for some reason, other one's fingers would reset when i start posing the other one's.

    Edited:

    pretty sure I saved, gonna fix the pose

  7. Post #7
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    trotskygrad's Avatar
    June 2011
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    clipping with arm/sleeve, plus that area on the model just looks funky in general

    not really your fault but eh

    also, if you wanted to be supa-artistic, you could add smoke coming from the catridge casings, just a thought.

  8. Post #8
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    Alright, changed the pose of the other dude and fixed the fingers

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    Why is everyone rating it funny? at least tell me what's funny about it

  9. Post #9
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    January 2012
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    >Advice Incoming:

    <rant>

    Not sure of shooting experience, but assuming not much.

    Whenever you pose a model that's supposed to be shooting, it's not enough to just have them point their guns downrange. The main thing that bugs me about this piece is that the guys seem like they're at the range hanging out, not in the middle of a firefight. Next time around, bend them over a bit so they're compensating for the recoil.

    One more thing, it'd be great of they could actually be looking down their sights instead of just half-hipfiring.

    Last thing, I promise. Rotate the shell casing so they're not almost parallel. When a weapon ejects brass, it will be spinning horizontally. It would be really lucky if they all line up for this 'snapshot'.

    But enough of that. Nice muzzle flash & smoke for in game.

    </rant>

  10. Post #10
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    October 2006
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    They're in a fire fight surrounded by high grass and they chose to stand in the middle of the pavement?

  11. Post #11
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    >Advice Incoming:

    <rant>

    Not sure of shooting experience, but assuming not much.

    Whenever you pose a model that's supposed to be shooting, it's not enough to just have them point their guns downrange. The main thing that bugs me about this piece is that the guys seem like they're at the range hanging out, not in the middle of a firefight. Next time around, bend them over a bit so they're compensating for the recoil.

    One more thing, it'd be great of they could actually be looking down their sights instead of just half-hipfiring.

    Last thing, I promise. Rotate the shell casing so they're not almost parallel. When a weapon ejects brass, it will be spinning horizontally. It would be really lucky if they all line up for this 'snapshot'.

    But enough of that. Nice muzzle flash & smoke for in game.

    </rant>
    What do you mean by that? If you mean my shooting experience, no, I don't have any. I know what proper shooting stances look like though

    I actually tried to make the farther guy look down his sights but I couldn't get his head positioned correctly. The guy with rolled up sleeves is not shooting so I don't see anything wrong with his pose.

    Thanks for the advice.

    Edited:

    They're in a fire fight surrounded by high grass and they chose to stand in the middle of the pavement?
    Yes, they're so ~pro mlg n0scope~

  12. Post #12
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    AFewOstriches's Avatar
    January 2012
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    Right-o. Found a small-time website offering advice on shooting positions.

    Link: http://www.everycitizenasoldier.org/id16.html

    Note that in the standing positions, the shooter is either leaning forward or completely vertical to adjust for recoil. Your guys are fairly laid back. Also, try putting the weapon up to the model's cheek before tucking it into his shoulder. That way it'll look like he's actually aiming down his sights.




    Hope it helps, bro.

  13. Post #13
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    Right-o. Found a small-time website offering advice on shooting positions.

    Link: http://www.everycitizenasoldier.org/id16.html

    Note that in the standing positions, the shooter is either leaning forward or completely vertical to adjust for recoil. Your guys are fairly laid back. Also, try putting the weapon up to the model's cheek before tucking it into his shoulder. That way it'll look like he's actually aiming down his sights.




    Hope it helps, bro.
    thanks bro

  14. Post #14
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    November 2007
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    Looks like shit
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  15. Post #15
    Uncle Bourbon's Avatar
    November 2011
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    Looks like shit
    get a better monitor bro
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