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    Behind the Iron Curtain -First EE Concept art workshop ITS FINISHED and it was GREAT!

    hei guys update a few images on page 2...let me know what you think!


    check out Behind the Iron curtain ,first Eastern Europe Concept art workshop coming live 22-25th October with some incredible instructors(Stephan Martiniere,Steambot studios,Mark Goerner,Kekai Kotaki,Neville Page, Alex Alvarez )and more
    so lets just have a great time on this unique opportunity for european artists to learn from some of the best concept artists in the biz,and nice people aswell.

    see you there!
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    Extremely engrossing and brilliantly composed environments and other designs with a great sense of narrative; especially that first piece.

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    love your style and ideas.
    The borders of your imagination are the borders of your world.

    My Sketchbook

    My Deviant Art feel free to contact me.

    http://www.ctrlpaint.com/ so worth watching (free tutorials), even the basics are covered!

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    Wow these are great! Love the compositions on the landscapes specially the snow themed one!

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    thank you guysmuch apreciated!

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    kickass stuff !! Especially the icy winter scene, the scale and perspecive looks just mindblowing - the tilted camera works very nice there too. Good work!

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    photoshop? I love the floating island and snowy landscape, those are just super badass, I'm a huge fan of all things floating island tho haha

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    Highly imaginative and the color palette is candy for the eyes.

    You hit the 5 star sweet spot for me!

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    Amazing Work. You got some great imagination.

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    thank you guys im really glad you like em...

    >>Wgrace: yes i used photoshop for all of them.

    keep the feedback flowing

    cheers

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    wow fantastic stuff

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    Just really incredible environments. I like the ideas of how you incorporated the machinery with the landscape. Good job.

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    wonderful environments!

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    Lovely paintings man! I do find the first one, upside down one a little disorientating though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexTooth View Post
    I do find the first one, upside down one a little disorientating though!
    Yeah, me too. I get the feeling like that was the point and am really REALLY impressed by how that feels. Like we're looking out of a cockpit following that other vessel. Kick ass.

    Especially fond of your "up in the air" pieces. Huge scaled scene of a vast world each and every time.

    Nice work. Really nice work!
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