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Isometric Kitchen

on: March 05, 2011, 07:49:27 pm
My first ever Isometric Sprite Art.

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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #1 on: March 08, 2011, 04:31:05 am
is that a window? it looks incredibly flat, and we should only be able to see grass outside of it.  In fact, I would entirely remove the window unless you put grass tile around the house.  other than that, technically solid; i would up the contrast a little and tone down the saturation.  The seats also appear to have no apparent light source.  Judging from the fridge i'd say it's the window?
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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #2 on: March 08, 2011, 09:09:15 pm
Thanks for the constructive criticism.
Yea,  I have no idea how to do windows but I had to do one above the sink because that's where all windows normally go.
I'm still fairly new to the style but the light I was trying to go for was a ceiling light in the center of the ceiling.
I think it's pretty good for the first every isometric picture I made.

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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #3 on: March 17, 2011, 03:59:19 pm
The window showing the ouside looks like a a photograph of outside. I don't know how you could fix it, but maybe you could experiment with the angle of the view.

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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #4 on: March 17, 2011, 04:39:42 pm
The window showing the ouside looks like a a photograph of outside. I don't know how you could fix it, but maybe you could experiment with the angle of the view.

The window doesn't have any depth, it's plain, that's why it looks like a picture :P
Maybe try with more yellowish colors on the outside?

The doorhandles look wrong.
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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #5 on: March 17, 2011, 08:25:04 pm
the window has an isometric horizon line rather than a horizontal horizon line. that's why it looks weird.
it shouldn't have a horizon line at all if this is isometric.
the chairs don't cast shadows?
how do you turn the faucet on?
who doesn't have pictures or magnets on their fridge?
everything is a bit immaculate, add some character
sides of the stool cushions should be darker than the top if you've got an overhead light source.
I'd ditch the black outlines on the tile floor.
microwave lacks contrast
cabinet handles are 2d.
having a countertop with a color or texture different than the cabinets would be more realistic and more interesting.

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Re: Isometric Kitchen

Reply #6 on: March 22, 2011, 03:33:55 pm
Personally, I find the biggest problem with the window to be the fact there is no window sill!