Abandoned Villa (game Art), Claudio Tolomei (3D)

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  07 July 2009
Smile Great job man

Really awsome.... I love gaming works a lot & when I see works like this it inspire me more. Nice texturing there.
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  07 July 2009
Impressive work of art as a level design!
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  07 July 2009
Great work!
  07 July 2009
Congrats for the Award
  07 July 2009
Again thank you very much for all the positive comment and i'm Honored to be part of the CG Choice Award!
Is a great pleasure.
Thank you!!
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  07 July 2009
Really great work here. Nice job!
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  07 July 2009
Well deserved award

  07 July 2009
Nice to actually see some game enivornment stuff in here
Great lighting and texturing - such nice clean models too. One small thing that I think could do with more work is the grass on the right side of the image in ur first shot. I also think theres some shadowing issues with the night scene.

Nice work dude.. Hope you're enjoying Gunwharf :P

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  07 July 2009

really nice scene.
  07 July 2009
beautiful work
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  07 July 2009
Really excellent rendition of the initial concept, it feels very lonely and foreboding, almost like something out of Resident Evil 4.
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  07 July 2009
That looks great! Love the mood and colors
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  07 July 2009
Hi, just to say : Wowww ... and a second big one when you think it's just rendered with an Unreal Engine ! (for those who don't know, UE is a realtime 3D game engine, not a specialised renderer like VRay or Maxwell Renderer ).
  07 July 2009
Stunning! Such a great idea, to use some classical fine art as inspiration for modern digital work. Very unique look, and amazing reproduction of colour. Great job!

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