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    "Pay for your sins" Environment

    i was watching alot of Feng Zhu's vids and it got me in the mood to do something so this is what i could put together from the random chaos!!
    safe to say this my second time trying to do an environment..... not really that good

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    Uhm... what is it?

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    i like the digi texture. and the dark to light gradient. but....yeah what is it? good work though feng is really good. hard to mimic

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    a place where you come to pay for your sins and its not pretty!!
    its like a boss stage.
    lights that go far of are like stairs and the top most part is the boss area!!
    its not pro...just imagination!

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    Ok but this is just a bunch of light probably on a surface. There's no human scale and nothing that can be compared to reality, in short this piece is floating nowhere without purpose in a viewers mind. It's ok if is just you having fun with brushes but is really bad if this thing is supposed to reach a possible viewer. You understand what i'm talking about?

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    What medium did you use for this? I like the effect of the intensifying grays! The title also suits the artwork. Good job man!

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    What is the disc supposed to be? Like an alter flush with the ground. I defiantly see the walkway, but I bet most people won't. Try to add a few more details that ensure that the viewer can tell what's happening.

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    @ keirawinsor - i used photoshop .. thanks
    @ CatmanFS - yea you're right thanks!!

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