Hey whats up, hope every thing's up to speed, so, where do I begin........... my latest (Lost without you) Lithograph, which was earlier known as ( so called the end). Is finally completed, estimated time 16-hours, wow that's alot...............I finished it under 5 days, giving it minimum 3-4 hours a Day, This was indeed my most ambitious, Deviation, despite of me being new to this Realm, I was really excited to put up, all my unique touches and experiments from my previous Deviation's, into one big, landscape oriented, Picture, as I did all my recent work in portrait scale, and kept that class to detail viewers loved. in my mind, in the same level while doing this deviation in landscape. featuring love, loss, and teamwork. well, there isn't much to talk about this deviation, as it does not take place, in my Me3 project head cannon, however it only revolves around, how could have mass effect 3 ended, if there even was an alternative.
Show-casing the dead reapers with (harbinger) dead in the land-scape, big-ben and (London) in flames, and the N7 crew, doing what they do best, Now Shepard, I was asked by my cousin??
why did you put up a helmet to Shepard?
and I was like, ( I was going to have his default face) but all of a sudden, I changed my mind, as i wanted the viewer to feel, he was in battle, and unlike unrealistic games, I really wanted him to wear that helmet, to show case he was in a Damn war, back a minute ago..... and he wanted some thing to save his head back there, and the other revolving reason was actually that many different viewers might have a different look, for Shepard, so i wanted to give him a Universal feeling, as well as showcasing the Damage he Undertook on Earth.
this Deviation had, 55 layers to it and the Adobe file size was 500 MB. making it by far my most heaviest Deviation out there,
Thx to all, my viewers, Watchers and Friends, For going through this, If you Did. I really appreciate it and it means alot to me. moreover Thanks to great support and motivations from Friends like crazygrin and Ieldra2, and all my BSN friends out there. thank you all, for your Great support.