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babylon

By Jubran
using only photoshop, i tried to create this scene....
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Ivor-Kovac's avatar

Awesome work man. The ancient Middle East was such a fascinating place. Home to the world's oldest civilizations, and each having their own very distinct styles and cultures. More work like this is needed, because it's the closest we can get to going back in time and actually seeing things for ourselves.

namezong's avatar
Very beautiful work
Muhammetiali's avatar
Babylonian civilization Very beautiful !!!! :) (Smile) 
kamranash76's avatar
Achaemenid Empire (Cyrus The Great). awesome, tnx  Heart Love 
talfar's avatar

It is very great, beautiful, wonderful and stunning art! Thank you very much! Bravo! 

Shalom!

 

I read books of Zecharia Sitchin. I like aliens, Anunnaki and Ancient Mesopotamia very much.

Look my arts of Sumerian and Akkadian mythology!

 

Dingir and his entum (Sumerian Jesus):

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Ding…

 

Nanna and Enheduanna, Inanna and Sargon:

talfar.deviantart.com/#/art/Na…

 

Inanna and Anu - love and sex:

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Anu-…

 

Inanna and Shukalletuda:

fav.me/d5kr7td

 

Inanna and Gaygamesh:

fav.me/d4cdica

 

Gaygamesh and Enkidu - kiss:

fav.me/d4cd6vh

 

Abuni ang Singamil - Sumerian gay-lovers:

fav.me/d5kr8ks

 

Sumerian god Enki:

fav.me/d4cdhu3

 

Inanna and Enki - Stealing Me:

fav.me/d4ctx7t

 

Dumuzi and Geshtinanna - incest hetero-love:

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Dumu…

 

Young Dumuzi and Yong Ishkur:

fav.me/d4cdgv4

 

Dumuzi - the Good Shepard:

fav.me/d4cgt5x

 

Inanna and Dumuzi - wedding:

fav.me/d4cgufp

 

Young Anu and Alalu:

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Youn…

 

Nergal and Ninurta:

fav.me/d4cu414

 

Nergal and Ereshkigal - love:

fav.me/d4cu34u

 

Nergal and Jesus Christ - sex:

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Nerg…

 

Jesus and Satan:

fav.me/d4ckrzg

 

Ninurta and shumerologist V.V. Emeljanov - love:

talfar.deviantart.com/art/Ninu…

 

Ninurta, Shara and Enlil:

fav.me/d4ckoih

 

Enuma Elish - Enlil and Tiamat:

fav.me/d4cu1b7

 

Anunnaki forewer! :)


ironsides11's avatar
Now those are some epic beards!
KurtRexCooper's avatar
Very Hudson River School mixed w Lawrence Alma-Tadma. See Thomad Cole's "Architect's Dream."
KurtRexCooper's avatar
It's almost Hudson River School. Look up Thomas Cole.. The Architect's Dream... Or Lawrence Alma-Tadma from the late 19th.
99Sebuko09's avatar
almost can imagine actually being in this time :) very beautiful!
MaRcO-tiX's avatar
Whoa man! True detail! Very realistic too!
ZW1138's avatar
You've done and amazing job :)
RozeHeartz's avatar
I feel like babylon did truely look like this.
terraluna5's avatar
Oh, my! This is magnificent! In terms of artistic ability, it is remarkable. Kudos to you!

I do have one small critique, though. On the buildings and pyramids, you should've added some blue-colored stone tiles to give them a sense of color. Still, it's an incredible creation of what Babylon must've been like. Well done.
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Rosecrance's avatar
I love this. So beautiful. and accurate. :)
Sebistara's avatar
It's so beautiful. ^^
BaB-Jane's avatar
Hello darling! :wave:

You've been featured in my journal: [link]

:huggle: :heart:
spicemaster's avatar
This blew me away. I'm in awe. Looks so real.
DelemnO's avatar
Oh, this is awesome!:love: You perfectly depicted the atmosphere and..oh, just look at the lion. Its' perfect.
Allatwan's avatar
Purely awesome! As a huge archaeology fan, thanks for posting such great work! You really captured the era! ^^
Nerub29's avatar
Only using photoshop? Whoah... The angles of the characters and of the light seemed a bit odd at the beginning. But after observing the picture for a little longer they started to make sense(I believe).

All of those little details (the clothe's foldings, pictures in the walls, the architectural elements) must had taken you a considerable amount of time. Lots of pacience.

From my perspective at least they were well invested minutes.

Thanks a lot for your art.

Un saludo.
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