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    Orion's Corner.

    This one was just a quick mood paint in photoshop, using abstractaction to find composition, 15 minutes. Was trying to convey the feeling of curosity and mystery about what the heck was happening.



    Second was Orion's Corner, another quick abstraction composite about the discovery of twisted wreckage of a cruiser.



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    wow... i really like these. IF you're planning on finishing them I'd think maybe just define them a little and perhaps give more sense of space and depth to the first one, maybe by using shadows to outline the room a little more clearly, though with dark colours that could be difficult. All round though, beautiful work, one of those pieces you could stare at for hours...

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    thanks mate, I dont intend to go on with them, they were just warm up exercises before I have to start concepting environments for work.

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    I really like the 2nd one.
    First one has too much void around and make it lose the feeling of mysteriousness and just seems to be plain black around. (The center part is still pretty cool, looks like a stair in the basement)

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    Quote Originally Posted by look
    I really like the 2nd one.
    First one has too much void around and make it lose the feeling of mysteriousness and just seems to be plain black around. (The center part is still pretty cool, looks like a stair in the basement)
    Thanks look, you also might want to look at calibrating your monitor, I work on a very high end NEC and I'm put a lot of subtle gradations in there. If your monitor's settings are off, it will look black, there's virtually no pure black in the image at all.

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