Moving back a few episodes to when she first met Claude (the mouse).
All done in Poser and Bryce. Post work in PhotoPaint.
Jul 17, 2001 11:31:36 pmby jackhcpa Homepage »
Awesome work, James!! You truly set the standard!! I especially like the alien to the left, checking out the chick's butt ... where's that hand of his going? HA! Adds a nice "Rockwellian" touch ... also like the lighting on the legs of the background characters! Excellent depth and detail. You da man!
Jul 18, 2001 3:26:53 amby Davey Homepage »
There is a greater comedy element to this pic than the others James, which is no bad thing at all. You have truly mastered modelling in Bryce as these are by far the best examples I've seen, similarly your Poser work. May I suggest an 'outdoor' scene where the challenge would be to transpose the obvious elements your images purvey into a new setting...and if you take up my suggestion, don't forget to mail me. Truly, truly awesome work.
Jul 18, 2001 5:06:17 amby kromekat Homepage »
Very few artists here can 'render' me speechless! - but hats off to you James, this is truly outstanding work! - the arrangement, the attention to detail, the posing, all of the little things that were needed to make this artwork as great as it is! - I imagine this took quite some time to create, but I have to say it.... MORE!!!!! :)
Jul 18, 2001 5:45:18 amby Curio Homepage »
James, I take my hat off to you, no - I take my whole head off!! Your work is impressive enough with the sheer technical perfection and meticulous attention to the smallest details, but your sense of narrative and of place (fantastic space bus station, btw!) are what make this piece a masterpiece!! I just wish we could see your work more often! (couldn't you give up your day job? lol!) And what would you think about posting the full size, colour one? Go on!
Jul 18, 2001 7:40:35 amby Calseeor Homepage »
All I can say is that you are amazing. I somehow missed your previous works. I just checked them out and I am blown away. You have such a unique style, from the poses you use, to the camera angles to the characters. This is unbelieveable. Are these works for some sort of story that you are working on, maybe an animation or something? You are amazing!
Jul 18, 2001 9:32:47 amby Seven Wolves Homepage »
Whoa! Just had a look at all your pics. Outstanding is the first adjective that comes to mind. This is one of the best series I've seen here. The detail is top notch. I love looking at all the "behind the scenes" stuff, it really puts extra life to the pictures. Very, very well done!
Jul 18, 2001 2:25:42 pmby Aravenwood Homepage »
As calseeor said earlier, somehow I also managed to miss your earlier work, a quick visit to your gallery changed that and the mistake won't be made again! I am in awe of the detail and the composition. How's it feel to raise the standard for others to reach?
Jul 19, 2001 3:38:44 pmby troberg Homepage »
Great, as always! You are the only artist I've added as a favourite in my browser!
Perfect details. Full scenes (not only the focused event). Good depth. Bold coloring. Humour. You have it all. Wish I was half as good.
I only have one very small comment. The rope looks a bit "dead". Put a slight bend in it to give it some swing and it will look a lot more alive.
If you ever want to post the complete series, I'd be happy to host your web site for free on my server!