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    environments

    done in photoshop.
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    Industrial_area




    tomarrows world




    hillside city



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    love the fist and 2nd. The third might need a change. Maybe some activity happening in the left side of the painting. an elevated landing strip... ect.

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    Too much city for the amount of hillside in the third one, given the title hillside city. All of them are beautiful and well done, but I would like to see more of what's in that dark slope area on the right-hand side of the hillside city image.

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    thanks for your suggestion...
    working on this ' hill side city ' again..
    becouse as you said, in right place adding buildings, then will be ballance.
    i will work it soon.

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    shure..i will work again on 3rd one..even i can see the mystakes more on this.
    thanks for the suggestions and appreciation.

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    the first one looks unfinished. The 3th picture nice too, but u need something more, than just a building on the foreground...i loved the second one more.

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