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    Some recent enviros

    hey everyone!

    havent posted for a while, so thought I toss up some stuff, what I am doing in my cave after my bread-n-butter work...

    hope you like and any comments or crits are more than welcome!



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    Some pretty nice stuff. The destroyed street piece really caught my eye. That piece has some really nice details to it.
    I hope it doesn't get too moist in your cave, looking forward to more work.

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    I love this sci-fi stuff! It would be great if our cities could coexist harmoniously with nature like in that top one, or if we could live in big ships in the air like in the bottom one (then the surface could return to a pristine condition).

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    Just saw some of these over at sijun - very nice.

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    Nice work, compositions most especially.

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    The detail is lovely, its very impressive - I also love the damaged street, it has marvellous atmosphere, but the city where the buildings look like sails on a sea of green leaves me in wonder, the two are in such contrast with each other, its beautiful work.
    I feel like my life has been added to having seen it Thank you for sharing

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    thanks a lot guys! means a lot!


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    Great stuff, does the top one show a destroyed city though? Or is it like Dahami said, just co-existing with nature?

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    The second one is memorable, rest are solid sir M.

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    this work is magnificent, what tablet do you use?

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    Very good environment work, I like the one with the giant robot the most, very realistic.

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    EskimO810: thanks! I imagined a futuristic city, what is a couple of hundred years old and yep, co-existing with nature - something like the ancient south asian temples, just with futuristic buildings. The small damages and ageing what you see on the buildings caused by the erosion.

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    I like them all, but the last one I like more

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    Holy shit! That was my genuine response to the just the 1st piece alone. Your work is amazing, the scope and scale of each piece is so epic and expertly rendered, I am in awe.

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    I really like that last one.

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    These are all fantastic! I somehow lingered the longest by the third one, beautiful mountain scenery and a great sense of scale. I hope to see more!

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    i really felt in love with the last one^^ feels like im flying if i look at it *ggg

    *spin around in the sky*

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