Sweet pose, love that game
Making bubbles is hard as shit.
Was going to edit this more and add a better background, but I got lazy, so I came here.
Posing is ok, but your camera angles are very boring, back up and zoom in for a more interesting cinematic look. Once you have a camera angle, make a static camera and turn your graphics up as high as possible. At the very least turn on some AA because that's the most noticeable at this point. If possible use some super DOF because as is they look very 'eh'.
He never really forgot to turn off his swag
I don't think he can
Tried my best to recreate the bf3 coverart
you punk ass kids
My posing is terrible.
My props used were awful.
My camera angle is horrendous.
My editing makes kittens vomit.
Otherwise, I think I did a pretty good job.
(By that I mean "Everyone, click Dumb!")
Also, any hope for some tips on how to improve?
That's actually really good, I don't know why you're being so hard on yourself.
Well, at least it doesn't fail as much as the 'Mysterious Stranger with a Floating Revolver' pose I made...
These models wouldn't fingerpose for some reason...
Sorry, didn't mean to make you angry, please forgive me. I didn't think anyone would actually care about what I did or said because I kept hearing that Facepunch didn't care about new people until they made an outstanding contribution to the forum. Also, I knew absolutely nothing about what I was doing in Photoshop, so I assumed the result would displease someone.Exorade posted:
Now this one, I think I didn't do a good job on. I tried to make it look as if it was dusk, but it really only looks like a mish-mash of too much stuff trying to be in-focus at the same time. I'm not particularly satisfied with the camera angle, either.
I think I'll stick to smaller-scale screenshots from now on.
He's menacing. He's well dressed. He's.... Menacing Well Dressed Man!