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    I'll be sure to check it out. I was planning on applying for an internship to Big Huge Games this summer. Where exactly are you guys located?


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    sweet gallery.(:

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    Thanks for the kick in the nuts, just about what I needed.

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    Was hoping you guys would have a show of this work. I'll definitely be there! The design is always what has stood out to me about this game, phenomenal! It also helps that the game is fun too! Heh heh. I have limited time to play but am almost on to the Cuotl part of the campaign, very cool.

    Congrats! All your hard work paid off, the guys at BHG are a talented group.

    Are you planning on having an "Art of Rise of Legends" book? Would definitely be a must-have for my shelf!
    "I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."

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    The last update is a real joy to look at, except maybe some of the less worked-on pieces which don't seem to immediately communicate ...with me at least

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    I like it all.

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    Oh! The inspiration!

    I wish I could work on a game like this!
    I imagine it would be so much fun to work off of Leonardo Davinci's designs and notebooks like this.

    See, this is why game development can be a fun career.

    Thanks for sharing these with us. It really brings the games design challenges into perspective.

    I only hope the game lives up to the artwork in quality of gameplay....

    The one will not guarantee the other, and unfortunately if the gameplay suffers, all these brilliant designs may not get much exposure; which in my book would just be a crime.

    Hope that doesn't happen.

    Peace!
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    WTF! all this is amazing man!! I really love this concept
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    is this in best of CA? cause if it isnt it should be!

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    I'm grateful that you provided us with such inspirational artwork. It's so amazing to see how quickly the games industry is evolving, which is good news for gamers (and bad news for aspiring people like myself who see this and realize that I've got to get my butt in gear to compete against stuff like this).

    But it's motivating, that's for certain. Seeing work like this has inspired me to try and take my work beyond to the next level.

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    O U O
    this is an amazing thread. you've inspired me to go draw...something, anything, right now. thanks for sharing!

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    dam thats incredible work, such variety in the concepts, you guys must have been having the time of your lives, either way the game looks great.

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    ..........wow

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    amazing works here dude. don't usually play rts but seeing the stuff here's gonna make me see this game.

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