You may all be wondering what the heck the above is, and I'll tell you. The above is a G.U.D.N. tower from a gaming project that I'm leading called, "Lunix Palvitier™", a high-tech/space themed game series consisting of 4 planned game sequels:
Lunix Plavitier (2D)
Lunix Palvitier (3D)
Lunix Palvitier (3D)
Lunix Palvitier: Nebula Tactics (3D)
The above is from the sub-game in works the 3D version and is generally a outlined mock-up of that building model. Anyway I would like to say that I'll be posting updates on this more than likely hourly except for sleeping, and you all can expect probably something very similiar in quality to that of my current avatar. Right now the style you see portrayed as my avatar, futuristic fantasy (heavy realism impressionism), is the pixel style I've decided to adopt and will generally be the foundation style of all my works whether buildings or otherwise. Feel free to critique, edit critiques, and comment once I get some work done on these lines, but try to refrain from doing so before hand. (Keep in mind this will require a high color count to acheive the idolized style.)Current State Of PeiceUpdate Log
Original Version ~ Simiple crude section outlines, and yes that in the green is going to end up a bush. Little light beacon detail at tip of wireless beacon (top of creation). 6 Colors
Update 1 ~ Started to work on the beacon & beacon station itself, this small outline is rather hard to work with yet it allows me to make a good use of my colors. 18 Colors
Update 2 ~ Major edit, took about 15 minutes from start & loading, etc. It's the basic panels for the peice.
Update 3 ~ In the process of adding the side panel.
Update 4 ~ Quick coloring on remaining areas. Going to add speck detail, and kill off some colors.
Update 5 ~ Decided to change around the shape, and style so that it would be a bit more tangible.
Update 6 ~ Fixed the faint issue, some outline issues, blending, and just some general lighting.
Update 7 ~ Here is an update. I did a few changes, and basically just added that line to make it have depth. Changed the color scheme (trying to go back to original). I did some spot checker texurizing. Now some insight on this update, the side panel that you see on the side I turned into a circuit board, or just simply a display screen, and I tried to heavily influence the cool-blue electric tone.
Update 8 ~ The update has alot of dithering and I removed/redid some of the lines, and added some contrast. It looks better and cleaner than before in my perspective.
Update 9 ~ Cut down the color count heavily, and did more reformation on the lines.