Concept Art : Pollen Sac-2, Pene Menn (2D)

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  09 September 2004
Great Image!!! Fantastic details and very good 3d block! I love the colours, they give to your picture a great atmosphere! Congratulations!
  09 September 2004
It's awesome!!!

How did you do that? Render the 3D blocks and paint them in painter and photoshop?
  09 September 2004
i really love your integration of 3D and 2D. great stuff, looks amazing. no crits :0
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  09 September 2004
Pene Menn, as always Excellent work man, no way I could get sick of gocking at your art..


  09 September 2004
Very cool! Reminds me of Command & conquer's Generals!
  09 September 2004
Very nice work and attention to the details in the explosions. The scene itself seems alive I can see where the motion is, more like a still from a movie, its like you froze time. Great work.
"BAMF"ing all the way!
  09 September 2004
Wow! Very nice work! Damn...You're talented!

Somehow that reminds me of melted cheese. :/
  09 September 2004
Amazing! Great job!
3D Artist on future? me? i don't know...
only that I am an apprentice of 3D Artist... of all of you. Thanks.
If you don't understand nothing of im saying... is because my english is bad :)
  09 September 2004
great Concept
  09 September 2004
its very beautiful,and the explosion is wondrful
  09 September 2004
very lovely and cool work
  09 September 2004
Hello, congratulations for this new realization!!! who as usual is
really spectacular,
cheer with you large artist...
  09 September 2004
Very nice..... reminds me of that scene towards the end of Akira where the guy is mutating.

Love IT!!!
  09 September 2004

That's a great Idea to use a 3D model like that to paint over. Good thinking sport! Did you know that The renaissance masters used to draw on Glass to map out the lines of perspective before taking back the glass pane to the studio to copy to canvass.

So your technique is not unlike the oldschool masters of yester uh, millenium.
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