Sub-Zero Abstract
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Sub-Zero Abstract
07/28/2003 02:37 AM EST
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RE: Fan Art: Sub-Zero Abstract
07/28/2003 05:55 PM EST
Hmm... I think I like this. This is really a first for this board I think, so I am not sure how many people here will understand abstract art. Its pretty interesting looking to me though, I just like the way it all comes together, sort of pulling toward the center. Your use of light was pretty good, I like the bands coming out from the center of this. Anyhow, I like the creativity and originality of this, seeing as how things like this aren't normally posted. Another thing, I am almost certain someone will not really understand this, so don't take it as a flame if they don't. Me, I think this is a job well done.
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RE: Fan Art: Sub-Zero Abstract
07/28/2003 09:07 PM EST
very nice and very creative, and i do think it is a first for the board, i like it i like the cold look the darkness off it gives off perfect for sub zero i must say, it could be a little more balanced in all areas tho, but over all good job.
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RE: Fan Art: Sub-Zero Abstract
07/29/2003 05:42 PM EST
Thx for the comments. So do yall think I should keep doing abstract art or what?
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RE: Fan Art: Sub-Zero Abstract
07/30/2003 08:59 AM EST
Now you might want to check out Karim's work for the first abstract art on this board. wink Just kidding.

It's interesting that you never see alot of abstract art in regards to popular culture: tv shows, movies, video games, etc. It's usually reserved for things like coffee cans, flowers or just random people. I've never really cared much for abstract art but I might start if the subject matter is in this form.

Now as for the picture it's very good. Why, well that's hard to say. Abstract art is very hard to critique since it usually follows no set design form. So it's good because I like the way it looks. It works for me.

I am curious what 3D is applied to this picture. The sub-zero face looks like an image. So after that it looks like random shapes and blobs with high levels of refraction to bend and skew the image underneath. Uhhh... was that even close? If not I'm still curious, what's the method?

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RE: Fan Art: Sub-Zero Abstract
07/31/2003 11:49 AM EST
Well I must say that this is something very interesting (not just because you used Sub-Zero! tongue). It has a lot of style and uniqueness to it and I give it 5 out of 5 Dragons.
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