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Entry for Andrew Domachowski ( domo_arigato )

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Milestone: Final Image
Date Submitted: Sunday, 28 May 2006
Title: Journey To Find Humanity
Notes:
So the story goes...two twins abandoned some years ago were taken up by a pack of wolves. As children they always knew they didn't quite fit in with the rest of the pack. Although the twins loved the wolves dearly, they knew that one day their time would come to leave the pack. Dreams of their mother, whispers of another land had finally convinced the pair of young boys that it was time. Gathering spears for the hunt and animal skin for warmth they began to set out to find others like them. They set out to find humanity. And they did not expect to return any time soon. The parting was very hard for the wolves and the twins, but they all knew that they would never forget the time they had shared.
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Milestone: Final Coloring
Date Submitted: Thursday, 25 May 2006
Title: Getting there..sort of
Notes:
Starting just tighten everything up. The trees still need a ton of work
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Milestone: Final Coloring
Date Submitted: Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Title: here we go...
Notes:
as the title says...Ive flattened everything on one layer so now I'm just going old school on this thing. The composition was really bugging me before but I think Its working better here, no? Everything from here on will be touchups. Cool? cool. Until later then.
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Title: and another
Notes:
YAY!! another wolf. I dunno if this works. Is it just me or does the dude on the right look awkward? Anyone? haha no thats cool Ill just keep on posted without responses. (sigh) hehe. stay tuned!
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Title: waterfall?
Notes:
so if any of you guys have advice on the waterfall that would truly be awesome! thanks
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Title: more stuff yay!
Notes:
some grass and more wolves. Next up: the background. Some crits (even considering time is dire) are always welcome!!
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Sunday, 21 May 2006
Title: colouring WIP: the scene so far
Notes:
The scene how it looks so far with all Ive got. Everythings on differnt layers so stay tuned for a mother wolf and maybe more wolves in the background.
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Sunday, 21 May 2006
Title: Colour WIP:more character
Notes:
Starting to render the other characters to the left.
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Saturday, 20 May 2006
Title: face change
Notes:
As I said before I wanted to go for a less cartoony look and more of a classical one. The wolfs face is due to change as well as the rest of his coat.
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Milestone: Coloring WIP
Date Submitted: Saturday, 20 May 2006
Title: layers
Notes:
I'm starting to work in layers now. YAY! adjusting brightness and lighting here. I'm going to reposition some of the mg and fg elements as I progress. If any of you have ideas for a really cool foreground element...let me know. Thanks!
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