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Old 13-06-2008, 09:38 AM   #1
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http://www.graveaddiction.com/abindex.html

http://www.abandonedbutnotforgotten.com/ (scroll down)

http://www.forgottenphotography.com/...o%20index.html

http://www.dijitalphotography.com/abandoned.html

http://www.abandoned.ru/ very cool!!!


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For some reason, every time I see an abadoned building, I wonder if there are ghosts or other anamalous phenomena going on... it must be becuase of the creepy atmosphere most of them seem to have.

Imagine yourself in an old apartment complex, inside one of the rooms. The walls are bare concrete, stained by the damp air. Old dust-coated furniture lie scattered here and there. The wind speaks - the voices of the previous long-gone inhabitants...

boo!


It would be great it I could make such a scene in Maya that invokes the above atmosphere, but everything I make seems to look to shiney and too perfect.

*tells self* I must learn not to type in dimensions - use the mouse! Drag!
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alrighty heres some reference images from my new paris scene
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This one is pretty neat

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Awesome stuff Jay, Thanks for this
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Great site for industrial buildings.

http://www.hfinster.de/StahlArt2/archive-en.html
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I dig it man..............this will inspire Im sure. Wow I like the last one man...and the mental hospitals in the 3rd (I think)...creepy s**t...that last one has good B&W...gives it a surreal atmosphere.

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Nice one Skippy!
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This one is pretty neat, one of the guys at work found this, its all soviet union stuff, really good, looks like places for a sacrafice LOL

http://www.cracktwo.com/2011/04/25-a...that-look.html

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wow Jay looks like some serious herbal elements were added to the menu when they did these!!!

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