Can I use the image on one of our articles on www.hookah.org? with credit of course
I love this. And I wish there was more moodily-lit science fiction concept art of hookah bars.
That is all.
That is all.
i love the ottoman feel of it
the robot/droid really contrasts the whole theme and idea, i know thats what you were going for but its done so well
If that was a hookah bar in Arizona, that shizz would be paaaacked!
Love the lighting in this especially. Very nice. Love it! ;D
I don't thing words can describe how great this is-everything about it is fantastic!
wow futuristic and beautiful
Very surreal and very...very real--great!
like the light!
Very Fine Artwork!
Looks great.. But what's with the skeleton?
Oh wow! It's all glowy. I love it.
Also I would love to have robot looking things serve me my hookah and tea!
Wow, this is gorgeous. Absolutely amazing work here, love it.
you are amazing. your excellent use of colour and clean shapes and spot on perspective always leaves me feeling as if I am looking into reality, no matter how simply painted some elements are. I strive to be this good one day XD you are very inspiring.
great colour palette, lightening and the composition overall :d
Wow, really like this one! Nice colorscheme, good perspective and I love the sudden touch of sci-fi with the waiters!
Wow, it is a good one to be sure, and there is much to like of it, particularly the "good features" including light and the design of the area of course, which is good, one thing I noticed is that the servers are some kind of "spiritual" or "technological" skeleton, which was a good way of bringing into the realm of fantasy to be sure.
Thanks. Do you think it has a "true sense of feeling or emotion to convey an idea that we all can explore and be a part of?"
Hmm, I showed it to a frend of mine, and he told me that his frend, Hektor, has said of it that it is "very much an idea to be given exploration by viwersm though sadly the artist will have some dificulty getting 'in on the conversation,'" which is why it pleases me to seee that you ae "so at ease" to discuss the work yourself.