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    Amazing work. Love the structure in all of your paintings.

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    w.....o.......w........

    if yer using painter i have a question...
    what brushes do you use most and for what?

    i just started doin enviros recently
    (gotta push it on my weak suit)
    and i am damn impressed

    oh and by the way the game is beautiful thanx to u and all your coworkers
    i hope when you see my game (sony under nda for now ) next year you can say the same

    trevor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admiral_Hahn
    i have a slight crit. Its not about your obvious talent, but more about the design of these levels. It's prince of PERSIA, why not make those designs a little more persian? I've been playing since the first one came out. Since i'm persian, it sorta pissed me off when i saw arabic writing in the sands of time(i know most of you cant tell the difference, but i sure as hell can!), and also the general lack of persian architecture in the game.
    Admiral Hahn > It's a marketing choice for the US market, not my own...
    And I hate marketing !!!

    trevor > advanced brushes (texture, scattering, shape dynamics, dual brush...) Define your own patterns and shapes.

    Jason Manley > exactly, some of the images are fitting perfectly to the "game play". I have used a basic rendering of the collision mesh for the third illustration.

    thanks all for your comments !

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    YES!!!! These environments are great!

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    Wooooow!
    What can I say? you are grat!

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    Whoa... I'm starting to work on environs, and this is greatly inspiring!!!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    absolutely amazing. every single image is beautiful. your use of perspective, lighting, color, and design is phenomonal. love your website to. thanks for the post.

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    ALL these are amazing! I like the second one especially

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    Thumbs up

    aaaargh!! me eyes!!! they poppin out!!!

    great work man! u've forced the lurker in me to come out!!

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    hi

    just wonderful work!
    pls ansower some questions

    how you star?
    with thumbnails? or is that complete an digital work?
    can you show us some steps (tutorials?)
    which prog?

    ty a lot

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    All i can say is: You are going to reach the stars whit your work!

    VENOM
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    all I have is to say, bastard : p you got to work with sparth : ( he's my favorite artist. Anyways breathtaking enviroments I'm looking to get into concept art someday, better get crackin. I had one question for you though, how do you come up with such architecture? Do you look at pictures or have you just completely fabricated the entire thing from imagination shaps and lines? was wondering. Your a new favorite artist just so you know ; ).

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    Just amazing.. Love them all.. Really want to learn to paint enviroments better.. Dont really know were to start though..

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    beautiful images! very inspiring work.

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    Really nice .
    I would like to know where you take your inspiration, what is the imagery background you looked at in your life, what are your preferred artists or movies.

    Thanks,
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    absolutly amazing... I own POP2 and did you knwo you are able to unlick ur artwork throughout the game as a hidden easter egg kinda thing. man id feel honored if i were you amazing job and keep up the good work.

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    nice

    hot shit! what program are you using again?

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    I reformated my harddrive and I lost all my links in my favorites, I just spent 3 hours trying to find your site again. I'm happy I've found it. Keep up the good work m8, keep us posted : ) I'm not sure why this stuff isnt posted in the best of concept art, its definately deserving imo. Here's a friendly bump and 5 stars,

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    Very impressive environments. Just a crit on the second piece. I'm not sure this was done on purpose, but the architecture of the first two pillars is not consistant. The right pillar's top is shifted to the right. Also the front door, the juggernaut structure disappearing into the atmosphere, and the pillars are following different perspective points. But that is just nit-picking. Once again, Beautiful images.

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    Thumbs up ... wow...

    ... (take a deep breath, ...) ... wow, you are one brilliant painter, i salute you. 0_0.

    p.s. if you have some time, please drop by my bugger page at:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=36662
    in your own cenvenience and teach me how i can get better in my painting... if you have time.

    cheers, and wish all the best.

    Meowy, L.L.Y.C.

    i want to improve... please teach me!
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    This is the best work I've seen on this site for months. I could stare at them for hours.

    Post more!

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    AMAZING WORK!
    Ive seem some of those by playing the game.



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