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    I love your cityscapes they are awesome, . For your first matte painting , I've seen an issue in atmospheric perspective. Keep posting new environments and have fun. Really inspiring enviros !!

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    hi there graet stuff still

    do you do anything other than enviros?

    keep up the great art

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    OMG such incredible cityscapes. They feel so alive!
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    Nice stuff man!I agree some of them could maybe be worked out just a tiny little bit more.
    Really inspiring work man!Keep m coming.

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    Ahhh, i see so much more diversity in colors now. Those thumbs are helping heaps.
    Fantastic!

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    This stuff is so good it hurts me. Thank you for sharing.

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    xbrianx - I know what you mean, still trying a lot to get looser. Force yourself to use big brushes. Now i have the problem that i often leave an image too rushed and unfinished, i guess you have to find a good balance. Ideas i don't know, they just come. A lot from books, movies and looking at other people's art.

    flamable - Study from Photos and nature helps a lot, i always try to observe the environment when I'm outside. Just practice, practice.

    JustinBeckett - Hey, thank you a lot for the constructive comment. You're so right, I do that too much. Work with the same schema again and again. That feedback definitely helps a lot, i will remember and work on it!

    Walid D - Thanks for the feedback!

    bubs87 - Thank you for stopping by!

    dlqudknr - Haha yes, i know i do too much enviros. But I'm starting to get into industrial design, anatomy later

    bubs87- Thank you!

    Chupacabra - Thank you, always an honor to have see you in my little sketchbook!

    kinjura - Thanks for stopping by!

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    I'm alive! Been pretty busy with work and learning 3dsmax. I had no idea that 3D is that much fun
    I'd like to recommend this book if you have no clue about 3d (just like me) and want to get into it: http://www.amazon.com/Introducing-3d.../dp/0470097612 .
    Anyways, here's some pics

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    Those monoliths are so much bigger than the city itself. You have a great eye for the skies, I'd even say it appears to be one of your specialties. I can't critique this because I've never done an environment before, but I can say, if I were inside of the city you've created I'd want to head to the top of one of those huge buildings immediately. Maybe those are the Japanese supercomputers of the future, who knows.

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    Vulgar` - Thank you for stopping buy, i greatly appreciate it

    Here's some more sketch and concept work for later illustrations for a browser-based game.

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    Fantastic enviros here, quite instructive indeed, and showing a lot of promis. I am gonna bookmark this place^^

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    the vertical one has a great feeling to it. and i love the structures in the post #190. awsome works mate!

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    nice enviros keep it up!

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    Thanks guys! Hope you all had nice holidays

    Stuff for work, some tests with (photo) textures to get faster results, still have to do a ton of these. And some rough spaceship-things!

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    really nice work man, keep posting :]

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    hey man, nice enviro's, in post 190 i like those curves a lot. but what i do find weird is that the scale difference between those small buildings and those big buildings is immense, while there are no buildings that are 'in the middle', scaleweise.. hope you know what i mean.. but i really do like them, reminds me of mark goerners pieces for superman (http://www.grnr.com/gallery.php)

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    Wow. Absolutely stunning environments. The colors are so vivid. I love it. Subscribed.

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    Thank you for the feedback guys, i really appreciate it!
    Teh Gosu - Hah, i think i know what you mean and have to agree with it. I'll work on that. Thank you for stopping by! Loving Goerners work, i hope to be 1/10 that good in some years

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    too nice enviros, all of theme are rly nice.

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    i am not in a position to give crit...all i shall say is that your enviros are the stuff i aspire too. many stars

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    Really nice cityscapes. I'm loving the ship designs and the building line art you posted awhile back.

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    Thank you guys! Some more detailed, i think i posted sketches before

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    Very cool handling of the edges and usage of photo textures. It is really hard to get them in without making a mess.
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    Thank you Kan, means a lot coming from you!
    Some more ships and planet mattes

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    Sir and/or madam, your ability to create worlds is incredible, I must learn from your awesomeness

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    great stuff!

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    sick stuff man! keep on progressing! very inspiring and a kick in the ass everytime to see what you have been up to. And thanks for posting on my sb!

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