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4.76 / 5.00

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2025 x 1080 px
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  • Frontpaged October 21, 2013

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Author Comments

An idea I had was for these explorers to be travelling around this new found world, using future based tech thats not so mechanical, but more elegant.



Rated 5 / 5 stars Oct 30, 2013

This is -awesome-.
You did an extremely good job here, every detail is astonishing, the natural objects are absolutely perfect.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Oct 27, 2013

Beautiful piece of work. Great job!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Oct 23, 2013

I really like how the picture looks from afar. It has the style of a painting. However, if you zoom in, you can see the hard brush-like strokes that add a bit of 'harshness' to the image. The forest part is very well done, I like how the leaves stand out but, at the same time, make it look like a real tree. The watefalls is he best part of the picture.

There seems that something's lacking in the bottom-left corner, it seems like the picture is not yet finished.

All in all, it is very well-done art piece.


Rated 5 / 5 stars Oct 22, 2013

I like this on a macro and micro detailing level, and how material is intertwined. The sense of refinement from the broad view, yet rugged, is powerful- the close up ruggedness of this work also really adds the sense of detail and uniqueness. The characters in flight, while faceless and in their element, really are in that sense of excitement, of the unknown, that we long for. Real good work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars Oct 22, 2013

It looks breathtaking, how awesome that those little paint splotches, render such a crisp depth. I commend you on your technique. But damn, my first thought (at those short wingspans) was "splat" :| Otherwise, I am very happy looking at this!