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Apr 20, 2011 | 6:09 PM EDT
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1440 x 792 px
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red
brazil
dusk
kamikaye

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I saw a documentation about the big cities of south america. Its amazing and I never expected such huge cities there, Sao Paulo has over 10 million inhabitants and hundreds of helicopters swarming around the city, carrying the rich and mighty people over the slums ...
And there was this ending scene where they pointed the camera at one of these huge skyscrapers towering above slums at dusk.

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Lauraa1586Lauraa1586

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ur from Germany? Nice! Oh my god, ur art is epic! You're my favourite artist here in NG :D I live in Sao Paulo and is rlly big here, i wish Sao Paulo looked like this! It's perfect and REALLY EPIC! Congratulations :DD



DenfngDenfng

Rated 5 / 5 stars

When i watch ur artworks i get depressed because i am an artinst and i cant draw like that. Pure epicness again in this picture.



BackIntoTheFutureBackIntoTheFuture

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think God hold your hand

I am getting a heard attak looking to this beutyfull arts!
sorry for my bad english xP



MertMert

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

Sao Paulo towers? I live in Sao Paulo and ive never seen these lol
It would be great if SP looked like this! Guess youre from Brazil too
Anyway, love the art. great color combo, awesome technique and details. Keep it up!
Do you work with drawing?


Kamikaye responds:

Hey thx :) No Im not from brazil, Im from germany and I saw a documentation about Sao Paulo and it ended with a photograph showing a skyscraper like the biggest one against the setting sun, quite impressive. That was the inspiration for this :)


KajenxKajenx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great stuff.

You're really good at backgrounds, man! I like it when I can look at a piece and learn new techniques. :)