Refinery Train, James Paick (2D)

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  11 November 2008
Very interesting picture. I like the combination of old and future
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  12 December 2008
Originally Posted by littleac: Very interesting picture. I like the combination of old and future

I also like this seamless combination.

Superb work! I love everything about it, especially the angle/view. I hope you've considered taking part in the current steampunk challenge. Nicely done. 4*
  12 December 2008
I love it. The atmosphere and feeling is very nice, and very detailed. It reminds me of Blade Runner a little bit. Except for the train. the train doesn't really fit with the rest of the design from my opinion. A modern or even futuristic train seems more appropriate to me.

But I like it a lot 4 / 5
  02 February 2009
Thumbs up beautiful

very very very good . this is great . help me in painting .
sorry i cant speak english very good

Title: Refinery Train
Name: James Paick
Country: USA
Software: Photoshop

Personal Project. In the near future, society is forced to use alternative ways of generating electricity. A little sci-fi and steam punk..[/QUOTE]
  02 February 2009
Very nice!!!
  07 July 2009
Hi there, I simply have to say wow at your work. : D
What color Scheme really did you use? I'm New into CG and I'm trying to get a better understanding of colors.
  07 July 2009
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