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    LeadingLightConceptualDesign (UPDATE - 2)

    Hello guys n gals,

    I thought it might be time to post some images that i've made in between jobs in the last couple of months.

    It's been a fantastic, if vaguely nerve wracking few months for TheBrave!!! i quit my 9-5 in october to launch my own small but perfectly formed concept art consultancy here in the UK.

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    So far it's gone really well!! (though January was crap, dead and a bit scary, but that's the time of year so im told) I'm currently working with EA Canada on an un announced project thats gonna be just awesome, sorry, i'm under NDA so cant say a word about it other than that!!! in fact i have absolutley tons of stuff i'd love to show, but virtually all of it is under NDA to this or that company so it'll have to wait. that's the nature of the games biz tho, they take so long to make that you've almost forgotten what you've done by the time you can give it an airing. anyhoo on with the pix. hope you like em.

    Brave.

    These first 2 i did for a personal project during some down time in January.
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    The following 3 are inspired by Phillip Reeves magnificent novel 'Mortal Engines'. check it out its such a great book, the man has some imagination and a very 'visual' approach to his descriptive prose, Mortal Engines is the first of 4 books in the series, i'm reading them to my son, we're on the forth one now, so good!!!
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    The next 2 were inspired by Stephen Kings novella 'The mist' from his collection 'skeleton crew' again a great piece of writing. I produced these in an attempt to impress the movie mogul Frank Darabont who is currently working on taking the story to the screen. i've heard nothing back as yet, but the fingers are crossed
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    This last one was just for fun.
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    Last edited by TheBrave; March 21st, 2007 at 03:55 AM. Reason: UPDATE
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    Great stuff as always Bravery. Anna Fang and the London image are especially good.

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    awsome stuff love the style and the colours! and i love mortal engines, only read two of the 4 books, but thier really good, really descriptive keep going! i want more!
    ''Imagination is more important than Knowledge'' Albert Einstein

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    Wow, fantastic stuff. There is a beautiful economy to these, everything is well described without a lot of extra strokes. Very nice!
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    very nice work, the disfigured face gal is mesmerizing somehow, totally digging that character!
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    nice work


    im a huge fan of the mist story, so its exciting to see those images. hopefully darabont will bring u on board for post production or something.
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    I'm digging the character designs. Great brushwork also. Keep up the good...
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    superb.. great skill, great quality. - JAG
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    echoing what others have said, i love the style and appearane you create in your characters
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    great stuff I love that mortal engines image and I am going to go buy them and read them. Congrats on going solo! Good luck, I hope it goes very well!
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    awesome work. I wish you guys only the best. i am sure with the standard shown you will kick Ass!!
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    These are awesome...The character designs are awesome to me...The enviros also own...great concept, use of fog, and sense of presence...

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    Very cool stuff christian. I like the sense of design in the characters. But the enviros blew me away. Really nice pieces, with great sets.
    One crit would be, sometimes your characters feet don't look exactly grounded, well to me, but it's only minor.
    Great to see some new stuff!
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