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    My attempt so far
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    I had some time so I did another one It´s not finished though
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    Oh yeah! You guys got some really cool paintings going on allready! This is what I got so far

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    worked a bit more on it, but tired now
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    just one b/w sketch so far....
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    ...might even finish it.

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    Some thumbnails. I like the perspective of 1 but with the skyscrapers of 7.
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    An update.
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    I think I should call this finished now, will see which one I´ll post in the finals

    @monkeybread - great that you joined this round! great start curious about your progress

    @Dayle - I like 2, 3 and 9 most, I think they have lots of potential, but that´s my opinion

    @FlameUnquenchable - I did a quick paintover of your image of what I thing you could improve, hope you don´t mind, it´s just my opinion of course, I used just desaturated yellow-oranges and some more saturated cool violettes and red violettes for the forground, which should make your palette more harmonized, also see how the line point to your focal area, again, I hope it´s ok for you and please correct me if I´m wrong

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    @Android411 Holy cow Android...3 on the go. real keen eh? If I was to pick either the 2nd or 3rd. I think the 2nd is rendered nicer and has a more dynamic viewpoint, but the 3rd one is a bit clearer on the concept. In either case I'd work more on the actual sandstorm...That is the main part of the concept after all

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    It's a bit contrasty (lots of balancing to come later I think) and I think I went a tad overboard with the lighting on the dust from the city lights...kinda makes it look like fire. But dust storms without the impressive scale seemed a bit plain coloured so I tried to amp it for effect. Let me know what you think on this.

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    Escape

    Hi! I have been working on this idea of a desert planet with cities up on elevated platforms. This sandstorm is much larger than the usual ones...
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    A little hour sketch I came up with might have to do it in a different perspective

    A unexpected sandstorm occured during the balloon race people was forced to head back to the city to be protected from the vicious storm anyone who is caught in the storm experienced severe injuries or in rare cases death
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    I decided to go with the evacuation idea, here is my first wip.
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