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    Always a treat to log on and see your work, it is always inspiring to me.

    I found the lego thing funny. I have done a couple like that with my kid. he is 7 and wants to make games and movies. combines his legos with bionicles to make some ships. your rendition simply showed me how far I have got to go, but will push. awesome stuff.


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    Simply fantastic work! Those rage pieces are filled with so much cool stuff to look at. Thats a super cool lego ship too!

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    Sparth, these are really inspiring thanks for posting! Whats that ALCHEMY prog you talked about? I tried looking for it in google but to no avail.. is it some kind of super secret software that only you super illustrators have access to? ANyways keep it up.. hope you post some more!
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    Awesome!
    I will start something with lego too, it's much more fun than use 3d softwares hehe.
    I love all stuff here, can't wait for more.

    Cheers,

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    magnificent stuff!

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    awesome stuff sparth... love it all makes me want to play with legos again!

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    Nice idea with lego. We used it (lego) for simple models in urban planning projects on university
    I like color palette in those Alchemy paintings. Especially in the last one.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Whats that ALCHEMY prog you talked about? I tried looking for it in google but to no avail.. is it some kind of super secret software that only you super illustrators have access to? ANyways keep it up.. hope you post some more!
    You can get it from:
    http://al.chemy.org/download/

    There's a video at http://al.chemy.org that show Android Jones working his magic.
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    Oh, Sparth... amazing as always!! Nice colab with your son :]
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    Great to see new work from you. Inspiring as ever. I particularly like the reflection/radiosity 'test' - lots of cool stuff going on in there.

    All the best to you and the family.

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    excellent stuff, great style and lightning as always, well done "speedpainting king"

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    Rage is shaping up great, can't wait to play it!
    These all look awesome, and it's easy to see your influence over the project looks fun.

    the Alchemy sketches are very pure, i like!

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    Awesome stuff sparth. Loved the most recent experimental radiosity practice. great colors and shapes...
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    These are great!
    Not an expert, but a big fan!

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    great ,nothing else to say.
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