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Old 10 October 2002   #1
Be inspired!

From concept art, to sculptures, to tutorials, Scott Robertson & Neville Page sparks your creativity juices with his incredible talent. This is a must see.

get there fast this site my go to it's knees fairly soon


Old 10 October 2002   #2
some amazing work, browZing it as we speak!

Old 10 October 2002   #3
I found that site a while back. It's a boon, must see.

Old 10 October 2002   #4
Concept Art

Great !

Another nice site for for concept art is guessed it, the Concept Art web site:

I reeallly like Jon Fosters work. Great moods are evoked in his selection of subject matter and lighting
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Old 10 October 2002   #5
thanks, lildragon.

(i'd had that bookmarked a while ago and lost it.)
Old 10 October 2002   #6

Neville Page just started teaching Production Design, I at Gnomon...
Feng Zhu teaches P.D. II...

It is an amazing experience to watch these guys work.

Old 10 October 2002   #7
I'v been there before, There is so many good stuff now, Wow, I love thoes sculptures,

lilgragon, Any more good websites? Thank u.
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Old 10 October 2002   #8
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Old 10 October 2002   #9
Thx lildragon it is sweet stuff and i am inspired now.
Old 10 October 2002   #10
Lovely work. Do any of you guys have any idea what he uses to sculpt with?? I'd like to try my hand a t that som day. thanks
Old 10 October 2002   #11

I'm not sure what brand exactly, but I have friends in my department who do some similar type work - not nearly as good though. They use Sculpey which can be found at Michael's Art Supplies or pretty much any art supply store. The cool thing about it is that once you have your form, you can simply stick it in the oven, bake it, and it turns solid hard. Just don't drop it though.
Old 10 October 2002   #12
thanks for the tip. i'll look into it.
Old 10 October 2002   #13
Check out the concept design book they put together also.

When I get the money together I think i'm going to buy it.
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