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    a few paintings (updated)

    needed to practice more organic forms (if you can call that organic). It feels empty but that's actually what I was going for...
    It was done fairly quickly, I wish I spent more time on the big middle ground rocks but got tired of it, working 2 inches away from my screen (plus I couldn't take the risk of ending up blind )
    Feel free to comment and critique, I'm open to all suggestions

    a few paintings (updated)

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    Really Like the color scheme. Also, how your eyes moves up the page with the dark to light progression. Is that a figure at the bottom? Maybe make him a little more defined. Other then that, nice work!

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    Great! nothing worth criticing here
    the texture and the sculping of the rocks
    is real nice post more of this enviroments.

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    thanx guys, here is something I did a little while ago for T3:the redemption, more painterly I guess...
    Naloda: yes, it is a figure at the bottom. Actually it's more of a blur than anything else. I didn't want to make it pop too much and "lock" the viewer's eyes at the bottom of the painting.

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    Official T3:The Redemption website
    www.atari.com/terminator

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    solid stuff,
    the ligth seems right
    and the color sheme
    is pretty good too

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    Maxtormer: Thanks, I tried to focus on lighting, mood and specularity.

    More T3 stuff, c&c welcome
    a few paintings (updated)

    Official T3:The Redemption website
    www.atari.com/terminator

    www.art-roma.com
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    Superb work. The amount of details are just right, and, of course, the lighting is great. Also love the dirty, grimy textures.

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    I seldomly feel this, but your work really drags me into the scene
    and makes me feel the mood.
    Especially your first piece conveys a very convincing feeling of wideness and raw nature !

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