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    Lisa Liang | Environments

    Hi everyone,
    Below are some of my paintings that I'd like to share with you. The first, second, and last pieces below are inspired by the novel Dune - Arrakis, Castle Caladan, and Geidi Prime, respectively.

    {website} http://www.lliang.com
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    Thank you,
    Lisa
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    Very impressive work! I can't give any crit because I don't have much experience. Even if I was experienced, these pieces are still amazing.

    Good job!
    concept art rules!
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    *jaw bounces off desk, hits floor* *picks it up again*

    Damn it, these are so freakin' amazing! The second one is so detailed.. Are you sure that isn't a photograph? Especially the hills and trees.

    Excellent!!
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    I love your enviros a lot, specially the Dune inspired ones. I admire the series a lot. I think they evolve the Dune feeling very well... although the arrakis one is very strange! Kick ass none the less.
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    nice photographs!!!!
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    I'm guessing the bath is actually indoors, and phased array optic paneling or some similar advanced display technology is being used to create the look of an outdoor environment. I like the placement of the mirror, which hints that this could be an illusion.
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    Hey, I absolutely love these. I'm a sucker for good uses of photographic elements.

    Something bothers me about the front piece of the building in your second picture. Maybe I'm just stupid but it seems to be tipped forward a tick (perspectivewise).
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    nice lisa, good to know you are doing well, I really like the 2nd and 3rd one, atmosphere, lighting and comp works really well! are u still at the bay area?
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    Thanks, everyone!

    Thanks for the encouraging comments!!! It took a lot of effort to create these, and I'm glad you enjoy looking at them.

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    I'm guessing the bath is actually indoors, and phased array optic paneling or some similar advanced display technology is being used to create the look of an outdoor environment. I like the placement of the mirror, which hints that this could be an illusion.
    Dahami,
    Yes, the bath is indoors, but it is set in a natural setting. The idea was being in the midst of nature with all the contemporary comforts. I was reading about Stanley Kubrick's films, where he uses doubles to hint at multiple meanings and duality of things: past/present, reality/illusion, self/others, interior/exterior. Of course, it's delightful to contemplate on such concepts in a tranquil bath.
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    Hey Lisa~ (this is vicky)

    Great stuff you've got! glad to hear that you're doing so well after school
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    Excellent enviroments!
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    i´m a huge dune fan, so thanks for the fan service.
    great paintings and i think you did something refreshing to the desert planet.
    please make some more!
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    I love this stuff...really good lighting, brush strokes, moods, etc. Great looking and definitely awesome. Kudos
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