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Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By rallues (maxswhore) on 6th Jul 10 at 10:31am
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http://rallues.deviantart.com/art/Expansion-Into-The-Amoral-170253003

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By webmaren (webmaren) on 6th Jul 10 at 1:38pm
I think the lines of shattering are overdone, and also way too regular. Glass just doesn't break like that, and it throws off the piece.

Otherwise good.

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By rallues (maxswhore) on 6th Jul 10 at 2:25pm
It probably doesnt shatter like glass because its not glass, its swiss721 blkcn BT

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By iiPod (iipod) on 6th Jul 10 at 2:29pm
swis721 blkcn BT. {Wink}

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By Rubber Ducky (imaduck13) on 6th Jul 10 at 8:24pm
swiss what?

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By Kronus (admin) on 6th Jul 10 at 10:13pm
It's a font, but that's not webmaren was talking about. He was talking about the lines and whatnot.

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By webmaren (webmaren) on 7th Jul 10 at 1:25am
Yeah, they look much less like shatter lines than like a bunch of pins. Also the rippling of the text doesn't match up with the lines.

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By rallues (maxswhore) on 7th Jul 10 at 3:47am
I never intended it to?

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By xcessive (xcessive) on 8th Jul 10 at 2:34am
Was it meant to be broken glass in the first place? I thought it was literally meant to be random "distortion" lines like in fiber glass. {Confused}

Anyways I already gave you my c/c a while ago

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By rallues (maxswhore) on 8th Jul 10 at 9:50am
The lines are there to give the piece a diagonal flow, and came after i distorted the text.

Re: Expansion Into The Amoral - Posted By webmaren (webmaren) on 8th Jul 10 at 2:57pm
Ok, well then I'm telling you that regardless of what you intended them to be, it struck me as a poorly-implemented glass shattering. Which made the piece look bad.