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    Trevor Smith's Fantasy/sci-fi portfolio!

    Heya guys. Just gettin my work down for people to see. You know, spreading my influence across the globe.
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    Hmm I wish the pictures were divided a little instead of right on top of one another
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    Thanks for looking at my portfolio-- hope ya liked it. Anyone feel free to contact me with questions or comments
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    hey man i really like those black and white images in your third post. they are executed well (especially the first black and white image), and they really remind me of Dermot Power's concept artwork
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    Trevor, great works. I really enjoy your approach. You're stuff stands apart nicely.

    Oh, and I know what you mean about the images being right on top of each other touching like that. There is a way to fix that, I've seen threads without the problem, but I have no idea how to.
    If you ever figure that one out please share.



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    There are several in here that have really fantastic lighting. Excellent work
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    nice work bro
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    I forgot to check if any folks had commented on these. Thanks so much for the kind words ppl
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    Oh man, wow.
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    absolutely lovely stuff here!

    If I were you I would just focus on colors little more. I can imagine that those pictures could be far more colorful, which would surely add lot of life to them.

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    I bet youre right about the colors, but I'm colorblind lol. I do my best. If I make the colors bolder, it is pretty risky that they look wrong and crazy to others.
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