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    hi! this stuff is fantastic... thanks for posting man! sweeeeeeeeeet!


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    Great environments man! They are some of the best iv'e seen in a while.

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    Amazing stuff!
    I'm really glad you've posted new stuff and updated your homepage!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    I love your photographs on your homepage aswell -- Specially those very yummy aerial perspective ones!!

    Can't you tell us more about this Somnio project of yours?
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    your atmosphere is intense. nice movie-like quality to your stuff.
    nice variety too. gorgeous!

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    it's amazing how far the digital art world has come in just a couple years. i mean only 4 years ago that level just wasn't a option. seriously take a minute and look at it like that. and then resume expanding what is possible. this goes for you seung and everyone else aswell! i'm inspired

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    Really great stuff. So tight yet so loose. How about a small tutorial on how you make it so painterly - is it "just" painter? Art Rage and Photoshop?

    Love it man

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    Thanks for your encouragement and replies. You are allowed to criticize!

    Somnio is a personal book project I've been working on for a few years. On and off I should add. Mostly off since I've been very busy with work. Only last year was quite a productive one as I took on alot fewer projects and focused more on this. It is a collection of short stories, written by myself, mixed with artwork lke this. The level of finish of each image varies alot, giving it a more dynamic feeling than if all paintings were super polished. Some are "finished", some are rough, I personally like that mix.

    Here's another quicker one just to show the range of quiality:

    http://www.seunghohenrik.com/tmp/pots.jpg

    I wish I could share everything, but I'm going to keep some to myself. I'd like the book to feel fresh when (if?) published. Thanks for looking. I'll reply more later, now I'm off to the gym!

    I'ts all Photoshop with a small mix of 3DSMAX for perspective. No painter or anything else.

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    YOU ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Incredible...

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    Ja jävlar. What the others said. ^_^ I saw a piece from you a month or so ago on cgsociety and got intrigued. Somewhere on the way I sadly forgot about ye though. Thanks for slapping me awake again .

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    Is this all photoshop work? How did u made this kind of stuff? The rendering is very nice. (All by hand?)

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    Unbelievable stuff. Thanks for the new perspective on what is actually possible, man....

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    seeeeriously... :o

    good job man, can't you die happy now?

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    Thumbs up

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    I had never come across your work, but it´s some of the best I have ever seen for sure!

    I am really impressed with the lighting and colors, but also your rendering technique.

    I especially like the more painterly look in your concept art. Could you please explain some more on how you get such an effect?
    And I think we would all be very happy if you could upload your photoshop brushset for us to mess around with. (I like the brushes you use of the trees etc.)

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    Wow! I hadn't seen stuff from you in a while (probably searching in the wrong places), but now you blew us all away with these brilliant paintings. Your technique is just amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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    These are stunning

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