Rastl Posted September 7, 2007 Share Posted September 7, 2007 Meg, you're running up against the crux of a GD. You want artistic freedom but they want you to stick with their stuff. This is where you have to decide if you want to play in their sandbox. Your love of odd color combinations is diametric to what they want to see on their models. The freehand that fits into their cosmology is what is going to advance. They're looking for models that expand into their universe, not expand on their universe. See the difference? If you like what they're doing and like their universe then you should have fun with this. If you don't like having these restrictions you're not going to like painting the competition piece because you're always going to find something you want to do but can't. You have to make this decision as an artist. Can you be happy working within the parameters? If not, then don't bother. If so, have at! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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