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    ManiakS hole - updated - 7th April

    Here's a couple of artworks I've done last time. I thought it would be nice to update this post. Hope you like them.


    The Wicher 2 conceptarts





    Poxnora illustrations



    Covers & others






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    Here are few illustrations I've done for Iron Grip universe.
    I thougt I can put some works into this section coz my sketchbook is not place for finished pieces. Hope you like them.
    Best!





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    wow

    wow man... nice work

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    great works and nice color use.

    Like the setting of the ships and the hold the line at the tank a lot hope to see more

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    5 stars from me dude, nice work !

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    easily 5*'s from me.

    great work

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    Incredible work! Yow!

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    And thats my 5 stars. I especially like the lighting on the last 2, very nice.

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    fantastic atmosphere, especially in the first one. Great job!

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    I LOVE IRON GRIP!!!
    It is the BEST mod ever!!!

    You defintiely brought it justice, when I saw the first piece I thought "That would be so perfect in IG!"

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    I love your sense of lighting in these, they are really strong images and work so well, the tank piece is my favourite methinks!

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    The others are great, but that first one is stunning

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    Great stuff!!

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    the piece with the tank is amazing (the top one isn't loading so I cannot see that one, sorry) but I think the one down at the bottom isn't as exciting as the one with the tank, the bodies/postures aren't as full of energy so it lacks the same feel. Excellent rendering and composition on both though.

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    This is amazing work. I love the color scheme of everything it makes me want to just draw more ^^

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    These are fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

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    This is just perfect!!!!

    Thx for sharing!!

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    really nice pieces, i especially dig the first one.

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    Wow, these are goddamn fantastic! I love the stand-off one, anyway we could see a closeup?

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    spectacular work, especialy the first one, love the scale and depth those clouds give to it.

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    impressive work!

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    coooool, love the last 2, nice desing, color and overall feeling

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    ohhhh yeah, man I love your website. It really got me in the mood to paint!
    Lovely pieces, looking forward to the next version of IG.
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    Inspiring work, I hope to one day reach that mastery over light, color, shade and rendering.

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    Amazing stuff. Wonderful work on the textures and atmospherics. Nice how they are familiar, reminiscent of real ships and vehicles from 20th century warfare, and yet not familiar at all. My only nit-picks are that the flags on the flying ship should be blowing backwards, as presumably the crafts will be flying at speeds sufficient to generate their own wind, and that the bent gun barrel on the tank (in the middle image) doesn't look very practical- unless it's designed for shooting around corners of course. If it's meant to be damaged, it's not obvious enough.

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    awe inspiring stuff, love the way your draw upon the different time periods for ur weaponary and armor stuffs, rad dude

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    beautiful command of palette mate! what i love about your paintings is the fact that the palettes appear to be a derivative from natural lighting, making the images that much more believable. i bow down to thee

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    Wow. I knew your level of skill but since your earlier posts you made one big step forward. I see this especially when look at first painting.

    Just a minor suggestion maybe for future paintings. The railing in the first pic is unpractical or could be even dangerous during some manuvres beacause it's placed too low. It should be at a minimum height of a navel (that's my architectural deviation ).

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    Great works!

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