Yes you are. Someone went and broke all your ladders and bent them out of place.
Are you genuinely autistic? it's old, it's worn, it's rusted. maybe the top is bent inwards from use and structural weakening. Or maybe the design is just different to the strict catalogue of acceptable tankers to which you adhere.
>The curvature isn't a simple falloff, therefore it wouldn't be designed like that.
Lmao, did you ever stop to think that a ladder would be designed like the Blue line so that when you reach near the top, you're not trying to balance on top of the fucking bars because it has become so horizontal? It dips in lower at the top so you can retain a climbing position instead of a balancing position.
u posted this exact image 2 months ago in a WIP
congrats on LITERALLY not changing anything
The objects don't "connect", they lack that last detail pass that makes them believable. E.g. the ground is too flat, the green plants don't seem to induce any light bounces and color bleed, and so on.
Don't give up though, this has the potential to look amazing.
yeah, maybe. i'm not a writer or even a concept designer. my decisions may be at rookie level. however i like the fact, that my image makes someone think, not just bluntly look at the techniques i used to produce the image. ofcourse, this might not be type of artwork to be searching much idea thought or story, so i fucked it up pretty much at all levels. thanks for the comment.
i didnt but thanks for bump
you are very right. i like how 3d imagery connects at all places, im trying to do that everytime when i do something, but failing miserably. i wont come back to this image, wanna do something new. thanks very much for noticing!