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  01 January 2011
great image, really monumental a great idea !
 
  01 January 2011
this is amazing. I hope more of this epic machine love will translate into hollywood doing berzerkers or some other epic world eating machine movie
 
  01 January 2011
No joke, I just had a dream some days ago with a uber giant alien ship like this, with amazingly huge "feet" coming out of the clouds and crashing into the ocean.

This instantly reminded me of that dream. Love it.
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  01 January 2011
Mind blowing work man!
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  01 January 2011
I love the enormous scale, too. Great work. Lighting and colors top notch! One criticism though, that is the planet's surface looks unusual flat. The planet ittself is either ment to be enourmous (like Jupiter or so) or the clouds and landmass should stand out more. Esp. where the left leg (?) sits on the surface it looks very flat. Apart from that, no crits, stunning work!
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  01 January 2011
fantastic like always!


i think i can put this here, more Marcin's works >>>>> http://www.max3d.pl/forum/showthread.php?t=73215

regarts!
 
  01 January 2011
yes, awesome sense of scale and menace!

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  01 January 2011
Originally Posted by leigh: This is fantastic. Some of my colleagues and I were all just admiring it when I found it on the validation queue - we all love the enormous sense of scale, and wished someone would make a film with something this size in it. Really lovely work, I love your use of complimentary colours and highlights. Going to put this on the front page right now.


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Silver Surfer has been mentioned...

and its pretty similar to the Romulan drilling platform + red matter from Star Trek 2009, in that it is a planet destroyer!

My favorite though is Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy,

 
  01 January 2011
Reminds me of Lord Marshalls invasion in Riddick. But way bigger. I love it, thanks for sharing.
Would love to animate it.
 
  01 January 2011
Very cool, love the scale
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  01 January 2011
Epic! Just epic!

Hmm, are we discussing 'my favourite planet destroyers' ? Another fan favourite then: Unicron
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  01 January 2011
great

It looks great and the robot feels like it belongs in the image, I do get the sence of scale refered to by the earliest poster
 
  01 January 2011
Excellent work! I just love everything about this image.

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  01 January 2011
Breathtaking! would love to see some sort of dooms-day film like this.

small nitpick but i wonder if you'd considered making the clouds around his feet react to the fact that there's a giant pieces of metal in the middle...maybe a slight bit of turbulence or something just to make it feel a little more like they're reacting to the foreign object.
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  01 January 2011
AMAZING WORK !! I like it very much First I tough it was a concept for the game "mass effect" you should sell it to them, could be amazing to see something like that in that game or as many mention it, in a movie. Great work
 
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