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    MRs stairway to artistic salvation!

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    Hi guys here`s my DWIV entry for the GGS-team.

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    Since the Norms were pushed back entirely to their cities, they reinitiated an old nature magic. It enables them to eliminate their foes already far in the heartland. Since this magic demands the sacrifice of a newborn human being, it was forbidden ages ago and disappeared into oblivion. Only the great despair that came with the beginning of the Fourth Dominance War gave reason to revive the disputed magic.
    "Cyclamen"
Race: Norm
Class: Clericon

Right after birth, the newborn child must be poisoned with a cyclamen and left in a magical stone circle on a hill in the heartland.
After some months, nature takes posession of the child and grants him tremendous power – the power of nature and life. Part animal, part human, part plant, the cyclamen grows out of the soil.
A single glance is enough to transform the life energy of the attacker into nature’s energy.



    WIP-thread: HERE
    I hope you enjoy ....

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    cool concept and lovely final Illustration, like the colours, really sets the mood!

    All the best in the war!

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    Why does no thumbnail appear??

    and thanks Ghostbrush.

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    The marvelous creations of Vcitor Bodin

    Here`s my Newborn aka ..bring something to life-challenge entry..

    "The marvelous creations of Vcitor Bodin"

    WIP: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=161957

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    these are great and you have some really nice stuff on your site as well!
    don`t understand why you haven`t got any comments - 5* from me buddy!

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    Really good stuff. That cyclamen piece is really tripping.
    I agree with Mr M, you truely deserve more feedback.

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    Hello to Switzerland :-) I like the greenish colour scheme in the first one. I'm curious to see more of your work.

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    These are excellent, the lighting and mood are done perfectly.

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    thank you guys... the only way to get more feedback is to produce more art....

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    Yeah, your right. Post more, i command you .

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    wow that is awesome man !

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    older stuff

    Here is some older stuff.. I posted them from a whilw in this forum in seperate threads. I think it`s a better idea to put them all in a same thread. I hope that`s ok...

    1. "The control of nature"

    2. "Project 2017"


    Project 2017 was an urban planning program concerned with the redevelopment of asian slum districts.

    An enormous urban growth lead to increasing ground prices around the megacities. The government regarded the slums sprawling in those areas with increasing resentment. It intitatet Project 2017. In order to gain space, the slum dwellings were piled up one ontop another. Fearing dropping values of the new won construction spaces, the slums were surrounded by a façade of residential buildings. The "conclaves" had come into being.
    Outside, the construction zones were littered with skyscrapers, expensive apartment estates and shopping malls. By and by, also the conclaves were overbuilt. The former slums disappeared into oblivion.

    Also when the world economy collapsed more than one hundred years later, nobody could remember the run-down and underdeveloped parts of the megacity. Nor their obscure economic system, which has symbiotically kept alive the city and, interconnected with which, the whole world.
    But the slum dwellers have survived. Buried deep beneath the urban undergrowth, they have found new means of existence. Today, they almost live like they did a century ago. Only have the neon lights over their heads become their heaven, the ventilators their suns, solely shedding light onto this long forgotten civilisation.

    Among others, i was inspired by the word "conclave" in Neal Sephensons book " Diamond Age"

    3." The forgotten lecagy of Gustav Eiffel"


    I will posting here more often, in a week or two I have finally some time for personal stuff!

    So, cya CAs

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    Oh I' ve seen this underground city before and it' s as amazing as the first time I reaaly like your images . The cyclamen character is great and remind me of mononoke Hime forest god

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