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Re: Overlander by Neil MacCormack
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 02:55:04
Mr. MacCormack, you work is truly inspired and inspiring! I have loved this image since I first saw it years ago, have shown it to others and returned to this site just to see your work again! Keep on doing what you do!
Re: Taken by Jieanu Dragos
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 02:51:38
I have throughly loved this image since I first saw it back in May of 2007! It reminds me so much of the classical landscapes painted by historically famous artists that I am sure you will be considered among them; if you are not already!
Re: Behemoth by Gustavo Federico
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 02:11:10
Convincingly monsterous!
Re: Carnotaurus Sastrei by Damir G Martin
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 02:04:37
Where would we all be if these creatures suddenly returned to modern Earth? This is a really good image and I hope you will consider doing similar ones.
Re: It depends to look by Andrey Bobir
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 02:00:46
Looks like it could be a scene from the movie INCEPTION, or maybe its sequel one day.
Re: Battlefield by Jieanu Dragos
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 00:55:34
This image pays tribute to some of the classic scenes of Science Fiction that hopefully will never fade from my memory! Before Star Wars popularized the floating CloudCity, there were floating Cityscapes such as yours (no offense, but that is what it resembles to me). Back in the late 1960's the Star Trek television city even depicted a city floating on a cloud; supposedly suspended by a anti-gravity mechanism of some sort. This is the heart and soul of imagination and science brought out in illustration! Please, please keep on doing what you do! I will check out the 'further details' link right away. Best wishes!
Re: Helix Rugens One by Fred Bastide
By Centauri4 on 2011-11-17 00:44:28
The combination of creatures and vehicles is wonderful! This image definitely tells a story without any written words! I would love to see more along these same lines.
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