Hello Jeremy, thank you very much I guess it's okay, specially because you have already spent your time on it!.. I would just appreciate that, wherever possible, you credited me for the background and included a link back to my image Other than that, your result looks nice, the model seems to fit the environment, I would just point out that the "android" lines you put on her legs don't seem very realistic (I noticed the ones on the face too, but just because I saw the ones on the legs and thought those couldn't be the only ones :b)! Maybe the image would look better overall if the model was left human!
Hey Sphinx, Thanks for taking a moment to write me back. I should of asked first, I just didn't see anything with copyright information, and a download button on the side. Again, assumptions not such a good plan, but your dark, moody corridor was too perfect to pass on. Your stuff lends to my moody type of photography.
As your talents in the GFX world exceed my own, I followed your advice to a tee. I give you an updated fix on the photo, and hope in humility it's up to your standards for your fine work. [link]
Hello Brownlager, Actually, there's copyright information in the image description, but thank you for getting in contact with me even after having worked on it! And I'm very glad you appreciate my works!
About your image, those were just suggestions, please don't take them as absolute truths, I don't want to force you to make things my way! If you like it as it was before, let it stay that way! I think it looks good though, congrats!
Thank you for your comment and for faving I don't know if you understood that this artwork is based on a 2D concept (it's pointed out in the image description, in case you missed it), but my work here was mainly to represent it. Do you think I failed at representing that display, or it doesn't work in the original 2D concept aswell?