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Old 09-12-2004, 07:10 AM   #1
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Here is a building I did based on a design by Lebeus Woods. The middle background is a photo. Th rest is painted and/or 3d.
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very nice
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Very cool! The elements don't blend perfectly, but still, a very neat image. :tup:
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I love the atmosphere in this piece. Very nice work!
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Old 20-12-2004, 08:43 PM   #5
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Hey Rick

Have I seen this b4??

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Simo, RubberChicken, thanks for the kind words.
mtmckinley, your right. I had this going on down to the wire at school and had to acept it the way it was. Depending on how my other work come out thi will be on the back burner. If I choose to put it in my reel, which it will be a pan hot, I will mix it better. thank for the crit and compliment.

Jango, no, probably not. I never posted the model or any WIP. I finihed it about a month ago but it was quickly buried. Did you check out the "On Patrol one a few posts down. I am probably the most proud of that piece that came out of this quarter in school.
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the building looks like something out of some movie i just cant quite think of it. i keep thinking get shorty or pulp fiction but i know thats not it cuz those arent even futuristic.
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Originally posted by mtmckinley
Very cool! The elements don't blend perfectly, but still, a very neat image. :tup:
I agree. Nice work!
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