THE NEXT BIG THING #14
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Learn how science fiction helps build better monsters in film, literature, and beyond! This Article Is Sponsored by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Twitter Facebook Google+ Science Fiction in Horror and Fantasy Author: eawood (https://www.deviantart.com/eawood)  Header artwork by: vladmrk When one thinks of creatures that lurk in the realms of horror and fantasy, an often overlooked detail is how science influences their creation and how action and adventure bring their narrative to life. Take the case of the Mummy, an age-old concept of fear of the dead coming back to life. To the ancient Egyptians, mummification itself was a form of science rooted in their relig
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The Next Big Thing seeks to highlight and bring recognition to the outstanding talent on DA who are poised to become the next community luminaries.




gillesbeloeil

The white horse. by gillesbeloeil
Rue durant la Belle Epoque. by gillesbeloeil
Running on the rooftops. by gillesbeloeil




YURISHWEDOFF

True Detective art by YURISHWEDOFF
The Sun by YURISHWEDOFF
White Castle by YURISHWEDOFF




kos1604

Seabed by kos1604

House by kos1604




WouterGort

Welcome to Neo-Amsterdam! by WouterGort
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Encounter in Amsterdam Central Station by WouterGort




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athenapallas87|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great selection! I loved seeing some of these landscapes with buildings and other such environments. Really interesting to see an artist who worked on the concept art of Assassin's Creed!
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Thank you, my dear! :hug: Oh yes, gillesbeloeil is such an incredible talent! 
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Aesara-Dayne's avatar
Marvellous selection! I loved two in special. Where has Gilles been hiding that I didn't see him before? And where was Yuri, too?

That Canadian is amazing, I cannot believe that in all the time he's been here he's less known than even I! That must be remedied, it's just not right for talent like this to go unnoticed.
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:D These artists tend to be remarkably good at hiding which makes bringing them to light on DA all the more fulfilling :la: 
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Mrs-Freestar-Bul's avatar
ow my all amazing, and this one here

Rue durant la Belle Epoque. by gillesbeloeil

I love it so much, I want to hung it in my living room :la:
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:la: I know, it's so beautiful and moody! :love:
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Mrs-Freestar-Bul's avatar
That era is my favorite :love:
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JonathanWyke| General Artist
I'm loving ALL of these you're featuring - many thanks for taking the time to do them.
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Oh, thanks for the feedback! :) Happy to hear you're enjoying them! :aww: 
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