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    Sin City game concepts

    These concepts are from a Sin City game that was under development by Transmission Games in 2007 - 2008. The game was cancelled in 2008 for various reasons.



































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    Badass concepts! There's a lot of personalities in them. The second illustration with Marv(I think) and the priest is my personal favorite. I love mood, and the strong diagonals in the composition. Its a shame the project was canceled .

    "He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never knows where he may cast." -Leonardo da Vinci

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    Those Roark portrait compositions are beautifully evocative. I'm genuinely curious as to what could have been done with the trademark Sin City visual style since recent titles like The Saboteur have attempted it but regrettably miss its mark. No offense to Pandemic.

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    Some location and prop concepts. Kadies was a challenge given the number of different ways it is shown in the Sin City books. I eventually got a layout that I was happy with.











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    Damn, shame that they didin't make that game, thinking from this it would have been kickass

    Damn nice work

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    Several of your characters are looking way off balance. I like the b&w environments but I think they're a bit too black and could be more descriptive.

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    bummer about the game never panning out
    but you got some great work out of it. killer stuff man.
    i agree with Liffey about the balance, some of your characters seem like they're leaning... i dont mind the dark environments.
    solid work man

    [edit]
    just checked out your website... i think you should update it. re-design it, get rid of the older work, put the new work up, simplify to just the best of the best stuff, etc.

    Last edited by TheDirtSyndicate; February 25th, 2010 at 02:25 PM.
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    SUPERBE !
    Tu as bien respecté le style de l'auteur tout en y injectant ton style personel !
    Bravo

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