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Fabrik Planeten by JacobCharlesDietz Fabrik Planeten by JacobCharlesDietz
I know, I know - another industrial environment with shitty weather. What can I say? I started playing around and it just happened. Maybe I secretly wish I was back home in Seattle? Yeah, doubtful, but I do rather like my sci-fi scenes to be dreary, so enjoy it for what it is and try not to get too depressed.
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scifilicious Oct 10, 2013  Professional Artist
not depressing at all, scifi art like this makes me happy :D
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citizen2112 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Very gritty, i love it!  keep 'em coming!
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Vail-Combat-Irtis Mar 23, 2013  Student General Artist
Monsanto.
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So just purely outta simple wonderment.... is there a connection between the Monsanto logo and the Imperial shuttle and Ti Fighters? If so that just friken funny, to me at least, cuz I know alllllllll about Monsanto's Empire and how they are... but then again it could be pure coincidence... anyway.... yeah love this pic for just playing.. :-)
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:iconswordsaint001:
So just purely outta simple wonderment.... is there a connection between the Monsanto logo and the Imperial shuttle and Ti Fighters? If so that just friken funny, to me at least, cuz I know alllllllll about Monsanto's Empire and how they are... but then again it could be pure coincidence... anyway.... yeah love this pic for just playing.. :-)
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Industrial environment with shitty weather and the Emperor comes to visit in it's shuttle (Two TIE-Fighter escort!) What a perfect day. ^-^
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quasihedron Oct 17, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think weather adds to the mood of an image, and I like rain! By making things murky, the viewer's imagination is forced into the viewing the details hidden (or ghosted) by the atmospheric effects. I think you use it well and to great advantage, and that is a special talent as well. Hey, even I would like to be known as the world's (and all-time) greatest "atmospherics painter" ... a title that will hold others up for scrutiny. (Well, won;t happen for me, but some one will earn that title, I am sure. Why not you?

Anyway, it is a marvelous image and shows lots great talent and ideas. :clap:
Well done! :D
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Would you care to share what 3D software you used? :?
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:iconjacobcharlesdietz:
Thanks for the positive words, they're much appreciated. As for the software used, this one was all done in Vue Infinite and postworked in Photoshop.
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quasihedron Oct 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanx for the information! You did a great job in Vue! :D
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