View Full Version : Cream-White Corset Tube Top
28th Sep 2009, 6:34 AM
This is a new corset tube top that I spent a while working on. It's a lightly cream colored corset tube top that I photoskinned. [courtesy of www.gojane.com]
So, what do you think of it? AMAZINGLY I was able to make decent sized photos that showed all the details, as far as I could tell.
Each photo (except the two special show-off poses I have on my photobucket) is under 150 KB.
1st Oct 2009, 2:02 PM
I think it looks awesome, but the underarms are a bit choppy try smoothing them out
1st Oct 2009, 2:09 PM
the zipper look slated,is that by accident or on propuse? (sp?)
Other than what jaylo said,it looks good
1st Oct 2009, 5:49 PM
It's a great idea but it needs a lot of work. The zipper looks like a squiggle, maybe put a hint of silver in there so you can tell what it is.
Also as Jaylo and Ryson said, we need to know if the uneven lines around the top are accidental or on purpose.
3rd Oct 2009, 2:46 AM
Don't take this as an insult, but it looks really sloppy. The zipper is wonky (is this on purpose?) and the lines are choppy. The base is nice, but it needs some cleaning up. Is the seam on the side supposed to be there or is that by accident? In real life sometime it's supposed to be there, but on this garment it doesn't look quite right. What painting programme are you using?
12th Oct 2009, 2:21 AM
I photoskinned it. First time I actually get a result I like. (On TSR the person who commented on it said it was good. But I didn't upload it there, just a thread asking if it was good. That was before any of you all responded.)
For the underarms, it's super hard to fix that. The zipper, I thought it was okay but guess not. That's how the zipper came. Should I just use a zipper from a different photo?
If anyone has any tips or can help me fix the underarms, that'll be great!
Personally, I already use this top a lot in my game. :giggler:
12th Oct 2009, 2:31 AM
For the first atempt at making a top, it's prety good... but it's rather messy.... those things mentioned can be fixed..... you just have to play with them in photoshop....
J. M. Pescado
12th Oct 2009, 2:36 AM
I'll be honest with you because everyone else won't: This is crap, and I could do better, and I have zero skills of an artist. It demonstrates practically no originality beyond slapping a photo-skin over an alpha, and that isn't even done well. If this is not the effect you were trying to convey, it sure LOOKS that way, which is what ultimately matters. I recommend you scrap the project entirely and try something entirely different. Because, really? This is bad. It's like a step above floodfill, only uglier.
12th Oct 2009, 2:43 AM
It's rather flat and..well, it's kind of sloppy, not trying to insult you. It's sides don't match up, can barely see the lines, and the boob holders don't sit on the breasts. You need to add more detail, smooth it out, and shade it a bit more. :) It's good for a first try, though.
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