There's always a fine line between a modeling competition assignment that is too broad...and one that crushes the ability to be overly creative.
I've had a couple recently that verged nicely on that ''Too Broad'' category, which means I end up spending A LOT of time trying to think of something to do.
Simiverse gave me an assignment to portray three objects that define teenagers, which is a fairly wide open assignment.
And Flux gave me an even harder one,
I usually try to create all my shoots in game, it's not that I can't edit, it's just that I prefer the symmetry of a pure in game creation. Flux is normally an ''editing optional'' competition, just the way I like it.....but this round we had to produce a purely unedited image.
RIGHT UP MY ALLEY!...you might say!
Except for the fact that, that was all the specifications were.....so there was no, boundaries for my imagination.
Normally once I build a set that's it I go with it, though I rarely ever take my first shots, poses etc. However this time I actually made two entirely different sets. Hopefully I submitted the right pictures for both competitions.
The entry I submitted for Flux (set Number 2)
The entry I didn't submit (Only one of the four different angles and poses I tried)