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    Smile ARMA_CONCEPTART-3 "Encounter" & "Battle"

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    I like what i see.
    But I like the 2nd one more because it's looks more transformers/Mech than power rangers and there is more action(more dynamic). The first one has too much power ranger looks, probably the blue,gray,red,gold colors of the mech.
    Keep up the good work...

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    wow. I can honestly say... WOW!!!

    If I have to crit I'd say, the 2nd piece, the even more gargantuan mecha seems to be shooting at someone even BIGGER than he is! A little confusing... but then, I'm grasping at straws here.

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    THERE WICKED SWEET

    they look like there based loosly on warhammer figure or at least the bottom one does

    really amazing stuff man nice work

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    AWESOME
    I wonder how you create these wonderful textures?
    For example, this:
    http://www.orbiterdesigner.com/bronzeage/2_2.htm
    How do you get it so wonderful?

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    Dude... like they said, wicked.

    Mecha was never really my thing (well, besides when I was 6 or 7 and kept watching Tansformers over and over), but the technique you use is just staggering. I seriously hope I'll be able to do that one day.

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    amazing style, extra special bonus points for that old/epic look with that kind of texture combined with the futuristic subject matter of huge mechs; it makes for a really interesting and innovative feel. some may say it invokes memories of childhood (transformers) as most of us probably grew up with at least some influence from the series.

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    Great stuff, especially the second one. It's loose and tight in all the right places. Mechs don't usually light my candle, but there are rare exceptions. Can't wait to see more.

    Pud'

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    yeah they're ok, in a totally incredible awesomely genius way! U rule!

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    sweet paintings. i really like the frst one. the second one reminds me too much of transformers while the first on had a whicked perspective and puts me right there.

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    I dig the missle clip on the second piece a bunch. neat variation.

    I also like the rock on the first. nice and gritty!


    Hey as an edit... Your website requires a 1100+DPI resolution, but doesn't offer any alternatives and ther's no scrolling. Folks like myself who use a low screen resolution cannot enjoy your portfolio. You may want to take that into consideration next time you revise your webspace. I wanted to see what you have worked on in the past... but I had to abandon your site.

    And to any wisenheimers who tell me to change my resolution to view his site... you're missing the point.


    Great work, man! Good Luck!

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    on the one hand the second picture's robots are much more engaging, but the first pic's environment's more believeable.. i dont know which i like better..

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    Now that I look at it again. The second picture he lookst like he's powertraining. A gun with the clips and much weight up front. The gun is bigger than the arm. I wouldnt carry that on my shoulder like that...perhaps from the hips carrying it with two hands like a minigun dunno...

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