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 Page #299, Thinking with portals
Lyinginbedmon
Posted: Aug 25 2010, 10:37 PM


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I really like how the gate came out in this page, it looks really good.

The perspective shifts give the real impression that it's basically 2-dimensional, and the shifting of the burn patch to be in line with the burn marks definitely does well to give the impression of an interior space somewhat in line with the rest of the visible world.

Not an easy effect to pull off, but a very effective one I think.
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