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This was the best Star Wars movie of them all. The story was to the point and didn't give off that feeling of arrogance that I felt the new trilogy had. The biggest problem with the newest trilogy was the heavy dependence on CGI. Trying to use CGI in place of good writing is just plain lazy. Lucas must have thought the people were dumb and would be amused by flashes of color and light instead of being drawn in by a story that we actually cared about.
I will have prints of this on paper and canvas soon. Please contact me for more information.
http://www.foundmyself.com/gallery/disp ... pos=-34056
generally this incident is rare and on the whole this is great community.
check this thread...it will give you a giggle....
I gave you 2 stars. According to the rating system, that means fair. Here is my explanation for it:
While the detail and the imagery are good, and there is nothing wrong with the technical aspect of shading and lighting, the piece seems to be lacking movement. The subject is an epic battle with dives and chases similar to WWII dogfights, but the ships in this piece seem to be just "floating" there. Perhaps adding action lines or blurs might help. Perhaps even laser beams from them attacking one another? All these are just suggestions, of course, but in my opinion the image needs that sense of urgency associated with a battle for the rebel alliance. In pieces like this, movement tends to make or break the overall feel.
This piece is still very interesting. Just thought it sounded like you were in search of a little creative criticism from one artist to another.
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