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Trichardsen // Tommy Richardsen // Facebook // flickr // 500px  // Google+

Imagine arriving at earth through a wormhole gazing upon the milky way ontop of a mountain in northern Norway :) , that was the idea behind this image and editing.

Hope you like it. :boogie:

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Trichardsen // Tommy Richardsen // Facebook // flickr // 500px  // Google+

Image capture late on 09.01 in wainting for the x-flare to ignite some auroras, unfortunately the impact was a lot weaker than anticipated but I think I got away with a couple of good ones.
Was a nice -17 degrees C, so started to feel it after a few hours. :D
Did some minor retouching to bring forth the milky way.

Hope you like this. :)

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Get the print here: trichardsen.smugmug.com/
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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More old, old, old work for Game of Thrones.

Copyright 2010 FFG
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Featured
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// Just finished old sketch
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See more about it on my blog: [link]

Copyright 2011 Wizards of the Coast
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Learn more here: [link]

Copyright 2011 AEG
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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Kingdoms
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A design for a kingdom built on cliffs.
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Environment sketch! I love the Uncharted games so I wanted to draw something in that atmosphere :)
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Seeing as my screen name is dunechampion I figured I should probably do some DUNE fan art.
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Work for a new client

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Or twitter: [link]
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Just another portfolio piece.
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asian locations
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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Copyright 2011 AEG
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I really would love to visit Yangshuo again...

Thanks for looking :heart:
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See a better version here: [link]

Copyright 2011 AEG
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A fanatsy-ish landscape again.
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Cradle Concept Art

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Mojo Game Studios
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Personal piece based on one of the thumbnails from here: [link]

tumblr: [link]

cghub: [link]

dribbble: [link]

instagram: [link]

twitter: [link]
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Places
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Done.
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Approximately 10 hours, Ps. A lot of lasso tool and textured brushes.

© Mojo Game Studios 2013


Concept art commissioned by Mojo Game Studios for the desert environment in Cradle, currently in production. Kickstarter coming soon.

It’s been a while since I did concept art — I forgot how fun it is. Look forward to more coming in the future!


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Design Tumblr: josheitendesign.tumblr.com/

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Copyright 2011 AEG
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Check out more on my blog: [link]
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facebook: [link]
cghub: [link]
portfolio: [link]
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Noah Bradley
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Mature Content Filter is On
(Contains: nudity)
Mature Content Filter is On
(Contains: nudity)
Some newly published D&D work.
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Bgs
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This is an image I made as a tribute, and practice, to Magic the Gathering. To be more specific the Return to Ravnica set. More to follow
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random concept as always while listening to some epic music/soundtracks... ^^;

this is (one of the) the music that made me create this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=11uQiX…

Artblog: ninjaticsart.tumblr.com
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Another work for James Paick's masterclass. It's in the same alignment as my previous two paintings. However, this time I wanted to retain a more painterly look.
An evil army returning home with their "prize"...the rest is up to your imagination.
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Workflow: Workflow animation of Downtown by logartis

Early concept for an upcoming stealth-style ipad game set in an alternative 17th century, in the Far East.

ps + tablet

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My website: www.logartis.info

- Gergely Gizella 2013 -

My other paintings:
Dragon Valley Inn by logartisHanna by logartisTomb Raider Reborn by logartis by logartis Twisted House by logartis Treehouse by logartis Monastery by logartis Home in the forest by logartis
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Something I did a long time ago for work :) www.undersiegegame.com

Hope you like it!
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background
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A design for a kingdom built on cliffs.
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...


*Oer-Wout. All rights reserved :peace:  
All material in my gallery may not be reproduced, copied,
edited, published, transmitted or uploaded in any way!
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Environment art commissioned for a game last year.

Photoshop/Intuos 3

Thanks for looking.
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This painting is based on a sketch I did 2 years ago ([link]). I wanted to give it the same degree of finish as my previous painting "Warm Mist".
I leave a suggestive title hoping that you make up your own story behind it...for me it could be a party of deadly warriors silently emerging from the morning mist about to suprise the enemy.
Again, Peder Mork Monsted was a great source of inspiration.
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Landscapes
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Something less monochromatic...more colorful.
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Speed, speed, speed. Everyone's talking about speed. Speed, schmeed. I'm not crazy about the speed thing myself, but then again I'm not a speed demon either.

Did this in a little less than 3 hours. Next time I'll see what I can do in 2.5.

PS. I love you? :/
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I'll admit it, I think Blue and Red are my least effective Land cards for Ravnica. Thing is, as an artist, you don't get to decide which of your pieces is the one people dig most. There will always be creations of yours that are close to your heart and very few others will "get" them. Other pieces that you might consider throwaways end up being fan favorites.

Remember this when you put your work out there, and if someone comes up to you and tells you how much they love one of those pieces of yours you hate, bite your tongue and smile. You succeeded in kindling something wonderful and it caught fire. Let that make you happy.

After all, it's not the last painting you'll ever do. Even if you hate it, you'll gain nothing by saying so, except to tarnish the compliment you're being served.
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