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Very cool, leaves quite an impression. I can see the architectural aspect of this, duh, and now Im going to say something dumb, but the graphic design side lost me. I was taught at my school that GD was more akin to magazine adds and logos and such, not sweet ass housing projects.
Remember, Im here to learn.
really loved all those sketchy pieces! great=)
Just really, wow. The design and the photographic integration are fantastic and inspired. Thanks for posting these as they're all going straight to my hard drive.
nasty! this stuff is great
amazing work, vary inspirational
I canīt see anything (bandwidth exceeded)
My english not is the better but i wish you understandme
Blog - 1xsemana / 1 for week
Really nice architectural design! I also like the monochromatic scheme.
only one of the images is loading for me, please attach your images to conceptart.org
the one image is really nice though
i can see only one picture
yea. Photobucket phailure. go Imageshack.us
Witness the contents of mind, the visions and sounds, the thoughts, as clouds passing through the vast expanse - the sky-like nature of mind. The rootedness of Being is in emptiness, clarity and awareness: unborn, unspoilt, stainlessly pure. ~Alex Grey
The forum rules tell you to use the attachment manager, So why don't you?
The one image I could see though looked really sweet. Good sharp edges.
"Sadly, most artists prefer to give the elite their attention."
I like the one I can see. This forum hosts all images for free. No need for the Photobucket! My crit is that the building (first post, your attached thumbnail) looks like it is preparing for takeoff as opposed to being on the ground. The focal point is at the ground, but all of the detail work is elsewhere. If it was intentional, great, but if not, it creates a weird flow issue.
Cheers, get those others uploaded directly to the forum so we can see the rest!