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    Spinning Fictions: (Halo Reach Concepts)

    Hello.
    Its been a while since I've posted.
    So here's an update!

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    Flat out awesome.

    At least Icarus tried!


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    Really good work. I like especially color. The first one has really nice interesting textures.

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    Fantastic and otherworldly!

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    awesome

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    Brilliant work Mate. Love the suits and the one with the blades is very appealing. Cool! Atmospheric work is very classy as well but that shuttle/ship is very nice. Would love to see that developed more.

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    Wow I like this. This work is beautiful. It feels like it's got a really light touch but also a real depth in mood.

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    Exellent work! Am I seeing some Klimt influence in the 1st picture?
    Just a small thing I noticed (take it or leave it): In nr. 12, the receeding iron(?) 'panels' could be treated with some aerial perspective and that wouldn't distract from the strongly graphic aestetich you have going in the picture. This would add greater emphasis ont the cowboys as well. I wanted to say something about edge varety, but I think in this case, adjusting the values would be more effective and it wouldn't distract from the original style.

    Five stars from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreasM View Post
    Exellent work! Am I seeing some Klimt influence in the 1st picture?
    Just a small thing I noticed (take it or leave it): In nr. 12, the receeding iron(?) 'panels' could be treated with some aerial perspective and that wouldn't distract from the strongly graphic aestetich you have going in the picture. This would add greater emphasis ont the cowboys as well. I wanted to say something about edge varety, but I think in this case, adjusting the values would be more effective and it wouldn't distract from the original style.

    Five stars from me.
    Thanks for the comment! I definitely see what you getting at. Maybe I'll try a new piece with your feedback in mind.

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    Sweet work man, love that last one as well!

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    AH, beautiful stuff, really inspiring !!

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    Dude I love your graphic yet painterly strokes. That space man 3 down is the SH!T!

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    beautiful work man!

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    Sweet mother of mercy... This is incredible. Love love love how you use flat shapes together with more rendered forms.

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    dude, holy shit.
    awesome work.The influences of other artists (jaime jones?) are visible but you've managed to keep a personal voice.Really like how you've mixed expressive paintings and linew ork in no2 and 3.No 5 has a really cool atmosphere...damn you've kept youself busy man, amazing improvement and kickass work so far! very much looking forward to seeing what you'll share with us in the next updates!

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    Awesome stuff !

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    I really enjoyed those, thanks for sharing!

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    Amazing work, really very inspiring! Hope you dont mind but I linked to your work on my blog

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    The second and the fifth are my favorites. Make more!

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    Tops. What more to say?


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    Oh man, I love your brushwork. LOVE it. You have your own style and it is working really well.
    Really nice stuff. Really. Really really.

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    Everything looks great! Love how the space marines turned out.

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    Great works...really!

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    Holy wow, man... holy wow.

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    Halo:Reach

    Concepts for Halo Reach
    Done during an internship over at Bungie.


    @TheGnoll- Thanks man! I definitely "borrow" a lot from artist who I feel have established solid techniques and methods in their work


    @Cicinimo- Thanks dude. You can't go wrong with the old space marine! Hopefully, I'll be seeing you around at the regular figure drawing spots very soon.

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    So awesome

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    man these are gorgeous....the halo ones are really slick. More!

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    Awesome. I see most of those Halo concepts made it into the game virtually unchanged. Most of them are instantly recognizable. I especially enjoy the Mass Driver and the opening environment for "Tip of the Spear".

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