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    incredible work, has a real sense of depth and movement, already a fan please please keep it up would love to see more of this.

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    Welcome!
    You have a awesome work, congrats.
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    5 stars

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    Great job! Inspiring! Though the shapes themselves are rather traditional, your compositions and choice of the "wide-angle-lens" makes it all look fabulous. Great sense of size, depth and colour... and a good touch with the motion-blur.

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    Your environments are the crιme de la crιme. Really bang-on. Although considering your characters, and I'm going to sound like a complete arsehole for saying this you might want to think about balance. for example the woman with the huge thing on her shoulders. The machinery or something looks heavy and I feel as if she would lose her balance and fall to the floor if she ever tried to move. Otherwise, though it's quite extraordinaire. Bullsey out!
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    Amazing environments and designs. Just wow
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    awesome
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    incredible works, great design sense

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    Some really kick ass work bro!!! Top Notch!
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    NICE!!
    U could make an awsome story oputta this.

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    I like the hierarchy in that one with the turbines up top - great focus of detail duder! Congrats!
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    this is one of the most amazing posts I΄ve ever seen!
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    Holy god, these are awesome. I especially love the scenes with mechanical elements. The last one is just breath-taking. Really love the jungle scene as well, the way the light filters through the leaves... I feel like I can breath it

    Thanks for sharing! Keep posting more

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    Amazing work !
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    Very nice stuff in here!!!

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