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    Update,end of first post.6Jan-return of Behind the Iron curtain-concept art workshop

    Hi everyone,

    Ioan Dumitrescu aka jonone here, long time no see..and i hope its been a good time for everybody!
    UPDATES ALWAYS AT THE END OF FIRST POST!

    And another big update is that Behind the Iron Curtain workshop is coming back to Bucharest in May2012,check out the FACEBOOK PAGE with photos and info about the 2010 event. More info on 2012 coming soon!


    cheers
    jon
    Last edited by jonone; January 5th, 2012 at 06:50 PM.


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    FRESH!
    sb most art copied to page 1
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    love your environments, a beautiful sense of scale! Love the 3rd character as well, really nicely fleshed out design.

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    Superb! I love your shipyard environments in particular, quite unique... Keep it up!

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    brilliant stuff, and really nice attention to detail, - are some of these game environments? The shipyards are excellent.

    i have one quibble - the men defying gravity on the skyscraper seem to be way too big

    all the same, nice post, - moar please

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    the composition of your environments and the values are really amazing.

    I am super weak at environments so i truly admire artists with your skill.

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    there is something interesting about each piece! Gotta love that. This is looking like its going to be a pleasure of a thread!

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    killer stuff man!

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    hei guys !

    Velocity Kendall>>thank you glad you think so!
    carakhan>> thanks man i try as much as possible to put in atmosphere that relates to the environment..
    tanguydewavrin>> thanks! b/w sketches i must admit i love doing..
    mozchops>>yup some are game environments,some are illustrations for other projects etc. i know why you say about the buildings beeing to big there,becos i made that outer finish on the building in the fg such small scale and repeating those horizontal and it gives the impression of building floor,i wanted it to be just an exterior finish of a modern building. ill be more carefull next time
    gazspaz>> thank you! just takes practice and im sure youll improove quickly!
    Pavel Sokov>> thanks man i appreciate it!
    DARYL>>thanks so much!

    i will be returning next week from a short vacation and ill prepare a big update
    till then!

    cheers
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    Those are brilliant! Now, where's my inspiration folder...
    Especially love the b&w ones.
    Looking forward for the update!

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    lovely looking work. I really like the teal interior that looks like a market place. Bravo.
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    wow, your stuff blows me away. Simply fantastic rendering and composition in your environments.

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    my favorites folder has just increased greatly in size. thanks very much!

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    amazing work - felicitari! 5*

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    Hi guys new BIG update all in first post!
    hope you enjoy!

    truenorth <<thanks man! hope you enjoye the update

    Ravenseye>>thanks!

    Rivenisthank you!

    jbrown67>>im very glad to hear that!

    Icey>>thanks alot icey! multumesc

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