in Art Love It Post Apocalyptic – WIP by Alex Ledante April 25, 2019, 3:14 am 109 Views 10 Votes 26 Comments Share Tweet Pin See what I did there? Or was it too much of a thinker? At any rate, rimshot aside this is just a materials test but it does show some promise. At least, I am looking forward to doing more of these… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 10 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pinbonuscyberpunkdystopianmaterial testomakepost apocalyptictest renderWIP Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 26 Comments Leave a Reply The matte makes the pipe look to be more corroded. You could have worked on that Days Gone video game that just came out. 1 Log in to Reply if I get my act together, they might want me for the sequel Log in to Reply I like glossy because the impression of the iron pipe becomes stronger, just a little curious about the pillar which looks a bit like icy. 1 Log in to Reply you are the second person to give me that note. guess I need to dial the specularity way back… 1 Log in to Reply Well, that’s only according to my eyes, and I’m sure you know the best for your work. 1 Log in to Reply looking frozen when it isn’t meant to isn’t best 1 Log in to Reply Agree, and my point is that you know the best you have to d? next. 1 Curious to see where this piece is going. 1 Log in to Reply this piece isn’t even a piece, it’s a material test. but if I need a bunch of jacked up support pillars for the background of something else, I’m covered! Log in to Reply The pillar seems to be frozen, dear friend 1 Log in to Reply it looks more jacked up than frozen to me Log in to Reply I do agree the second is a more powerful image of the drainpipe, comrade! 1 Log in to Reply I knew you were a Russian chatbot! No wonder Anastasia Vsplyshka likes you so much! 1 Log in to Reply Would you consider the options you have for renting your 2020 vote? comrade? 1 Log in to Reply as an American, I am always ready to vote against my best interests! 1 Log in to Reply 🙂 ROFL! that was the perfect disruption of my disruption! 1 The pipe looked like it took a severe beating from the element after the disaster. 1 Log in to Reply that was my intention, glad to hear it reads Log in to Reply The consequences of the accident are loud and clear. 1 Log in to Reply the sky is falling, the sky is falling! Log in to Reply And that is not a Chicken Little joke. 1 Glossy actually looks too glossy to me. I like the stale vibe that matte gives. How did you make that background, I mean the landscape? Was it a photo? Keep on experimenting! ? 1 Log in to Reply yes, the background is just a photo. and just how glossy is metal meant to be after being exposed to the elements, acid rain and lord knows what else? 2 Log in to Reply Not sure, it depends on the type of metal. Exactly, I’d expect something traditional such as rust and corrosion, but ‘lord knows what else’ could do more. ? 1 Log in to Reply some level of corrosion and wear are expected, as opposed to the glossiness but another huge factor is- how long has it been exposed? 1 Log in to Reply Not for long, if it’s still there… ?? 1 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.