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  10 October 2009

Hi, i like it! Wooow! I have just finished two illustrations for a client with the same concept of work, Mixing photographies provided by the client, not good at all, in fact taken of google, a few photographies that I took of better quality for a few details, certain details in 3D and applying effects in PS.
But your work made me impressed, it is surrounding and the managing light gives it a real dramatic quality.
My work was more innocent for the concept of the publicist.

  10 October 2009
2 words

simply insane

5 stars mate
John A. David
  10 October 2009
Fantastic work. Well executed.
10th Way Leaflet Printers
  10 October 2009
Great work! I totally agree with your thoughts about photo and paint digital sources.
  10 October 2009
sick style
  10 October 2009
master work ! U had my Vote ....
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  10 October 2009
Originally Posted by DutchDimension: You managed to strike a fine balance between complexity and "readability".

some detail tells me this is a chinese artist(*^__^*)
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  10 October 2009
this piece right here is truly amazing, the sense of emotion is truly breathtaking
  10 October 2009
After reading your description I like this image more. I know what you're talking about, poor people seem to be born arquitects. Incredible. Powerful image, I love the treatment and final outcome!
  10 October 2009
yeesh! my kind of picture. love it.
  10 October 2009
Really loved this. Great blend of feeling real simultaneously other worldly.

George Loch

"There are no shortcuts....The harder you work, the more you draw, the better you get"

-Feng Zhu
  10 October 2009
wow~!!! Great~!!!
  10 October 2009
gritty and beautiful...i like it
  10 October 2009
Truly incredible work you've done. The way the burning sky quickly descends into a messy, claustrophobic, darkness to the street level is truly incredible and is no doubt a characteristic of the actual environment upon which the artwork is based.
  10 October 2009
very good

excellent loads of detail nice use of contrasts
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