Posted 12 May 2011 - 04:49 AM
what doesn't make sense? no big errors are jumping out at me. it's certainly not like the Dark Knight posters.
indy- there's three guys who it seems like conan killed, but another guy well within the cutting arc of his swing who doesn't look like he is recoiling from a bad fart, and now it looks like there are even a couple floating detached weapons, some spears floating around. and he's kind of not looking at anyone. that in and of itself doesn't bother me too much, but when combined...it's annoying because i know now he wasn't looking at any of it lol.
in my reply to kg, I said:
"I guess, personally, I don't like things that seem to look good on a quick glance but then don't. it makes me feel like the creator thinks I'm a sucker whose not going to notice."
I feel like we, as consumers, deserve the best. then again, the market seems to constantly prove me wrong, hence the existence of things like olive garden and subway lol.
still it's hands and above and away better than that travesty with the skulls. at least they understand composition.
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