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Re: Limbo

Post by Mad Mouse » 11 Dec 2009, 21:07

Crikey, I thought you'd left us Madmouse..
Nope, you don't get rid of the mouse that easy :D

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Re: Limbo

Post by Breech Block » 13 Dec 2009, 09:01

Great concept and the images are very well presented. Terrific lighting effects as usual.

BTW, saw your Chav image in 3D Artist magazine the other day, many congrats. :bananacool2:

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Re: Limbo

Post by tahnoak » 13 Dec 2009, 11:12

Great stuff. Love the feel of the work. It could clearly be something relatively frightening if you think about it (a big freaking object/creature/being) that comes out and steals your stuff :D but it's presented in a lighthearted way.

Always enjoy your work.

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Re: Limbo

Post by splinters » 15 Dec 2009, 12:34

Cheers guys and, yes, it was nice to see some work printed in 3D Artist mag. Shame it is such an old pic though... :roll:

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Re: Limbo

Post by splinters » 15 Dec 2009, 12:38

RE: limbo, just got back from a long weeken d in Dublin where I had time to ponder on this. I seem to have three options:

1. Base it on a person (young boy or girl) who gets sucked into Limbo and discovers what is there etc. etc.

2. Make Limbo a place inhabited by native characters and base the stories on what they get from the tubes (so to speak)

3. Base it around characters that have inhabited Limbo while keeping how they get there (just who is operating the tubes?) a mystery.

3. seems the most natural for me...if I choose 1 it would be a one off story and 2 gives up all sense of mystery.


Still undecided but I have modelled a few surreal characters just in case I go with 3...although I have to admit, this was always going to be my 'weird' project!

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Re: Limbo

Post by splinters » 02 Jan 2010, 21:04

Just working on a new character for this range...will post pics later.

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Re: Limbo

Post by Finis » 02 Jan 2010, 22:49

You could do both options 1 and 2 from the earlier post. The first Limbo story would have someone discover what is there as in option 1. What they would discover are the natives from option 2. Then you can continue with more stories using option 2.
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Re: Limbo

Post by splinters » 03 Jan 2010, 13:26

I like it Finnis...you may well have removed my writers block!

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Post by Finis » 03 Jan 2010, 17:36

Happy to help!
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Re: Limbo

Post by splinters » 04 Jan 2010, 23:38

Well here is a quick rough (they all start like this!) and a close up of Milkman.....don't ask.
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