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August 1, 2013
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Cruiser by Ishutani Cruiser by Ishutani
just so you know i haven't been doing nothing during the time between my last post and this D:

~feedback will be appreciated~
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realwxr Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
Very nice work. I especially like the color of the sea and the sky. I only wish that the ship could feel more metal-like, but that could be just me.
AlexandraLuzi Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
great work ..ilike the how the dark sillouette of the boat draws out :D 
GLoRToR Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013   General Artist

SOLID. As far as feedback goes, it's a bit too grey.

Either more fog or more lighting, comes in mind. The length of this cruiser is determined by the plain-air effect so if you want it seem not too long, make it shine and the water's waves reflect in sinus light flashes at the forefront. If you want to make it seem like it's very long, add more fog between the viewer and the direction it is going. Seaspray + diminishing value. 

Personally, I'd add highlights to that metal at every edge AND the light effects at the forefront on the side, and then a touch of seaspray and fog in-the-face of the viewer to make it feel like the monstrosity just went by at top speed.

templar127 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2013
DAYUM! Can I see a detailed schematic of this ship? :D
Ishutani Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
maybe if i ever make one ^^;
templar127 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013
AngelOfDarkness050 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The detail of your work is stunning. I absolutely love this ship. :love:
ZeZwede Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013
Bigger guns!! :D
Ishutani Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013  Student Digital Artist
ArthurTheBraveOne Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Blehblehblehbahdeh :O Welp, you've done it again, I'm speechless. Apart from just being an overwhelmingly cool piece of art, I love all of the details you put in here. One thing I did notice though, when trying to find something to give some CC on, was the lighting seems to be just slightly off. Looking at the shades the turret-barrels cast (which aren't very long, and seem to be going straight down), I'd say the sun was high in the sky, maybe even edging a bit to the left/port side of the cruiser. However, this would logically suggest that the sun would also shine on the soldiers standing on the deck, which it doesn't. However, I also noticed what looks to be a slightly less distinct shadow the right of the righternmost turrets, which are cast by something just out of the picture's bounds, which seems to indicate that the sun is actually slightly behind the cruiser (seeing as the shadows are cast slightly towards the front). In that case, the sunlight could be blocked by a larger overhang which is outside the frame.

Sorry if I made an poor assumptions or judgements there, turned into a bit of longer comment :P Still, hope it's of some use, and would love to hear back from you about it :)
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