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‘Visions of a Thousand Eyes’ is the most ambitious collection of contemporary fantasy art that you could ever dream of, set in a beautiful 120+ pages artbook (more pages to unlock with stretch goals). To display this unique gem under the best possible light, the artbook will be printed as limited hardcover deluxe edition, exclusive to Kickstarter.

As you know the first day of the campaign is very VERY important and we will need your help to spread the word around the world :)

We will share with you the preview link of the campaign here. 

Thank you for your crucial help. You are part of the journey!
Feel free to share this event with your friends by clicking on the "invite" button or by publishing it on your feed.

Project event here: www.facebook.com/events/101586…
Artists already included in this beautiful artbook:
Aaron Miller
Aaron Nakahara
Alejandro Olmedo
Andi Alexandru
Andreas Rocha
Andrei Riabovitchev
Andrii Shafetov
Bastien Grivet
Chris Cold
Conor Burke
Daniel Kamarudin
David Benzal
Efflam Mercier
Eren Arik
Felipe Escobar
Filipe Pagliuso
Francisco Garcés
Geraud Soulie
Grosnez
J. Dickenson
James Paick
Magdalena Radziej
Manuel Castanon
Marat Ars
Marc Simonetti
Mateusz Ozminski
Max Bedulenko
Nacho Yagüe
Omer Tunc
Pierre Raveneau
Piotr Jablonski
Randy Vargas
Rostyslav Zagornov
Sebastien Hue
Tianhua Xu
Tyler Edlin
Victor Hugo Harmatiuk
Wei Rui Feng
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Hi guys!!

You may know that I had the great honor to do a live painting on the French Adobe Twitch TV channel on last April 14th.
i know it's in french but though if you are interested here is the project with video and article on IAMAG.CO, you will see a bit of my workflow in photobashing and painting.

www.iamag.co/features/live-pai…

Full behance project  with Walkthrough here: www.behance.net/gallery/361973…

Thanks a bunch.
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Journal Entry: Mon Apr 18, 2016, 11:56 AM






Hi guys!!

You may know that I had the great honor to do a live painting on the French Adobe Twitch TV channel on last April 14th.
i know it's in french but though if you are interested here is the project with video and article on IAMAG.CO

www.iamag.co/features/live-pai…

Full behance project  with Walkthrough here: www.behance.net/gallery/361973…

Thanks a bunch.


For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Thu Jun 11, 2015, 7:29 AM






The New Luminarium exhibit is out -  DEPTH waits for you guys!!!!

Have a look and enjoy.
Cheers!
Sebastien


For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Thu Mar 26, 2015, 4:50 AM






Hi guys!!! 

FEATURE:
Yesterday I had the great pleasure and honor to get featured by IT'S ART mag website. This means a lot to me, so a huge "thanks a bunch" goes to them and the fantastic job they do everyday for CG Community throughout their top notch site and the recent awesome MasterClass they organized in Paris two weeks ago. This event will be a 'MUST-GO' every year for sure.

You can see the feature here: www.itsartmag.com/features/the…


MENTORSHIP:
I have recently asked if you guys would be interested in a mentorship with me as I have been asked several times on Facebook for that. As it happens, I'm pretty happy to see that it seems an interest emerged here as well so for those who voted "Yes" or "It depends on price and what kind of Environment" I'll post a new journal with more precisions and details as to:
How much?
How long?
How many?
Which level?
What environment?
Which style Matte, digital painting??

Thank you all for your awesome support!!


For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Wed Feb 11, 2015, 4:51 AM






Hi all, 

Many of you may have noticed my latest works and personal project called T-13S. It's basically concept arts I have done or will do around a general sci-fi story of mine. Not that eleborated but still just concepts I visually developed my art around.
Below are my first three ones. For those interested in the process you can find them on Behance as well with breakdown and more info.


From Another Age - Concept Art 1 - MECHCITY by Shue13
From Another Age - concept 2 HEADQUARTER TERMINAL by Shue13
From Another Age - concept art 3 - SUNIUM UNIT by Shue13

BEHANCE: www.behance.net/gallery/234134…

www.behance.net/gallery/235588…

Feel free to share about it and support me for more ha ha!!!

Thanks a lot!!


For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Sun Jan 25, 2015, 11:21 AM









For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Fri Jan 16, 2015, 8:47 AM






hi guys, 

I have just put online my first commented video timelapse of a landscape painting from a photo reference. No paintover here. I comment in english what I do on screen and you may learn some stuff in it, at least I hope you will.

Thanks for watching and feel free to leave any comments, or questions and follow my channel then, some more for sure. 





For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






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Journal Entry: Sun Oct 5, 2014, 10:31 AM






Hi there!!!

Hope you are all doing great??
Our new Luminarium exhibit is out now. Go check it out, you won't regret it!!!

See you soon!
Shue13


For our 26th pack it was hard to decide where we wanted to go after our Silver anniversary. Themes associated with myths, fantasy, reality, travelling and literature came along. Eventually we dusted off our brushes, fired up our trustworty desktops and dove into the deep headfirst to proudly present to you our 26th Exhibition: DEPTH.

Peeling away the layers of the surface and seeing what's beneath, a talent inherently nested deep within our artists. It proved a difficult task to reach out to that talent and apply it on a composition and we as a collective are immensely proud of the effort that we have put in this body of work that show what is beneath and beyond.

Fitting our theme, we decided to highlight one of the most important cornerstones in The Luminarium. After 7 years and 25 exhibition we highlight the amazing effort our founder, Alastair Temple, has put in this group to make it the Luminarium that you see before you today. He spoke to Joeri for our featured interview.

Finally, we'd like to thank everyone who supported us and we hope we can enlighten you once more with our 26th pack. Brace yourself and go headfirst into "DEPTH"

The Luminarium Staff






The Seldon Crisis team is so pleased to announce that the Kickstarter campaign is now LIVE! This marks a pivotal point in the project and we are excited to have you guys involved.

Sudden Crisis Ellis Prime Station by Shue13                    Kerrat Mothership Concept by Shue13                    Sudden Crisis battle scene by Shue13

Here it is: www.kickstarter.com/projects/4…

If you like the sound of, and want to support this exciting project we have put together a range of supporter pledges and rewards.

Over the coming weeks we will be releasing regular updates via the kickstarter campaign where we will take a closer look at the team here at Chaos Interactive and the elements that make up Seldon Crisis.
'Like' & 'Share' this to spread the word

Just take 4 minutes to watch the video below and you'll understand all the potential of this project.

Check it out, you won't regret it!!



Thank you for all your support and stay tuned!!!
Hey guys, I've decided to start a blog on my website aiming at helping the CG community, focusing on different types of art, maybe interviewing CG buddies etc... As I've finished my community volunteer mission on dA, i've met many great artists and learnt quite a bunch about CG graphics, social networking and communities. My first subject is for those who need to know a bit about the numerous CG websites showcasing artworks, to help growing into the field, spread your art, and meet other artists. 

This is of course not a closed and exhaustive selection, so feel frère to share, react so that I update the main ones I know well. 

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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

This is Summer time and this should be consider as probably my last DD Roundup. It's been 1 fantastic year holding this CV position. You can keep submitting your suggestion to me, I'll pass them onto my successor if someone comes up.
If you guys are interested in this position, please fill in the form with the link below and post me
a note for more information if need be.

Again, here is a journal from the great CV Thiefoworld with info. So you want to be a CV: thiefoworld.deviantart.com/jou…
Other article here: thiefoworld.deviantart.com/jou…

Answer to question: Can I be a volunteer on deviantART? yes answers here: help.deviantart.com/85/

Want to submit an application ?? Here guys: www.surveymonkey.com/s/L5P53KM


Nonetheless, here is my DD roundup for month of July. Have a look and support them!!!


Exoplanetary Vehicle by Phade01 Vader's Justice by JakeMurray
Alienship crash by emanshiu Babiru 04 by BABIRU
Retro Sci Fi by stayinwonderland Time displacement equipment final by Takumer
Harp Player Speedpainting by erenarik Plains of another world by Tryingtofly
Sunset Ride by ARTek92 the last station by 5ofnovember
Armies of the Fallen: Raffia Departure by MartinKlekner Switchyard by JoeLesaffre
Undead Astronaut advanced Applibot by Okmer Artifact by viko-br
:bigthumb317513553: Acheron by GabrielGajdos
:bigthumb452214881: Escape by Ilya Tyljakov by RaZuMinc
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SUIT 02 by totmoartsstudio2 Capital of Etherna by adamkuczek
The Otamay clan by nkabuto Landed by xiaoxinart
Gunship by alex-ichim Cloud Magus by thiennh2
The City Of Fog by RuanJia The poster for Halfway by Andrei-Pervukhin
Fate of a Dreadnought by ReneAigner

Thanks so much for your kind words about my work as a CV I sincerely hope I managed to make this gallery something great and fruitful for your inspiration.
My projects in professionnal life will start on next Oct 1st as pro freelance CG Artist full time. I'm so excited about that.

So keep in touch for more artworks from me, let me know your comments and feedbacks and chat soon.
Shue13

Feel free to check out my website at: www.shue-digital.com

SCI-FI AND SPACE DD ROUNDUP JUNE 2014

Tue Jul 1, 2014, 12:40 PM
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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

This is Summer time and I'm off pretty soon. It's been almost 1 year I'm holding this fantastic CV position and July will be my last month before I pass it to someone else.
I will probably still have a watchful eye onto the Sci-fi gallery till someone replaces me for good so if you guys are interested please fill in the form with the link below and post me
a note for more information. It would be a shame the Space and Sci-Fi gallery do not keep the good pace and becomes a bit put aside.

Here is a journal from the great CV Thiefoworld with info So you want to be a CV: thiefoworld.deviantart.com/jou…
Other article here: thiefoworld.deviantart.com/jou…

Answer to question: Can I be a volunteer on deviantART? yes answers here: help.deviantart.com/85/

Want to submit an application ?? Here guys: www.surveymonkey.com/s/L5P53KM


As usual every month my DD roundup for month of June. Great artists once more. Have a look and support them!!!

Pods in the Canyon by JasperHolland Microgravity by danciao
Broken Worlds - - Book Cover by artificialdesign Man of Steel gone bad by AlienTan
Shops by Mr--Einikis Another Helmet Dude by Nero-tbs
Abnormally by elgama Tin Soldiers: Last Stand by Kwibl
:bigthumb453833529: LV-426 by ChunLo
Turrican-tsa-02 by MrDream Transcendence by Julian-Faylona
Over the Volcano by JoanPiqueLlorens Medusa by derylbraun
Paladin Battleship by Vattalus NEO JAPAN 2202 - KIKAI YOHEI by johnsonting
Machines Lord by ArtistMEF Golden Cage by ListenerKz
Laboratory Concept Dimension (P.T) by 1oshuart -- BeyondBat -- by yvanquinet
Scene Crion Battleship by jungpark Last Battle by mzrkart
Extraction Point by GabrielWigren Cougar by KaranaK
Planet Bridge by dustycrosley Eagle - Book Cover by Hideyoshi
p146 by HrvojeBeslic STS ISIS by Long-Pham
Ltt city by Tsabo6

Thanks so much for your kind words about my work as a CV and my projects in professionnal life to definitely start on next Oct 1st as pro freelance CG Artist full time.

Let me know your comments and feedbacks and chat soon.
Your faithful Space and Sci-FI CV

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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

hope you are all doing good?? May DD Roundup is here with quite a lot of great discoveries and suggestions this month.
Let me know your comments, it's always appreciated!!


Anomaly by Fug4s Enter into the code by Aeon-Lux
Ambush by AKIRAwrong Heavy by Adrian-W
:bigthumb342196766: Iron Hands by agnidevi
Non-Tactical Halt by freakyfir Downtown Playground by DiceArtist
Shamash Ninja - regular version by VladMRK WHITE OPS by icedestroyer
___55 by sinix Face-off by SalvadorTrakal
kitchen zone by 600v New era by FotoN-3
Jarrett Rowe by Valentina-Remenar devourer by MikaelWang
Stabilizing the Orbit by RobCaswell Aphrodite by goodforn0thing
Sledgeshot by yigitkoroglu Beacon - The Monster of 7th and Tells by AdrianDadich
MOUNTAIN_STRONGHOLD by donmalo Chameleon Infiltrator by Eedenartwork
P57 by panick
Sanctuary by tigaer:bigthumb440456694:
The Eye by Sanskarans sci fi cities 1 by neisbeis
Juggernaut Mech Design desert by sancient Earthscrapers by Apostolon-IAM

Enjoy this one and show them some love for those great works!!!!
Your faithful Sci-fi CV

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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

This is April DD Roundup. Quite a lot of Digital painting this month he he. Hope you appreciated them!!

RANDOM SCI-FI - FEATURE #9

Sat Apr 12, 2014, 1:52 AM
Hi there,

This is here a random feature of great pieces I found on dA and a way to apologize of my lack of time as many things are happening in my personal life but rather on a positive way still really exhausting...
Thus try to enjoy these!!!!

London Police 2063 by alexson1 Aviator by thomaswievegg
Prototype by MarcBrunet Mission Complete! by wlop
Migration by zeedurrani ready for the scrapyard by leventep
earth from space by leventep Seascape by Gryphart
Ngage n2 by sancient Tank Platform - Exnilo by Hideyoshi
:bigthumb443691212: Worst ahead by sketchboook
STS ISIS by Long-Pham Cyberdroid Winter Patrol by LMorse
ninja of steel by ptitvinc Capital of Etherna by adamkuczek
Cracked by danich01 Maintenance by HSbF6
Robocop by cat-meff Riot Reiko by dcwj
Hellfire Quarry by Darkki1 Andre Lemmy Roun - final by Grosnez
Scene Crion Battleship by jungpark:bigthumb440456694:

The Luminarium collective :icontheluminarium: will release in a couple of days an other great exhibit with "TRUST ME" a great great load of SCI-FI pieces with two from myself and a cool 30 min TIMELAPSE of one of it for those who are interested.

I hope it's gonna be appreciated.

Thanks a lot for your great suggestions, want to specifically thank :iconginryuzaki:, :iconkeinzantezuken:, and :iconsincebecomeswhy: for their great input in keeping up suggesting great artists here and there.

Take care and stay tuned!!

Your Sci-Fi and Space servant!!


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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

Wow time flies and March is over already. It's been 8 months I'm holding the CV position and it's crazy how many great artists I met here.
I'm really hoping you still enjoy my DDs selection. Here is under a recap of all those I've selected for this month. The DD roundup is waiting for you if you missed some.

Enjoy and show them some love they really got to be seen and deserve it,  


Breathe by korbox Fragile Beauty by gucken
The Samurai by TylerCreatesWorlds SciFi Environment by PrabhuDK
applibot - galaxy saga by Reza-ilyasa Upper City by SebastianWagner
Calcentine Abyss by tadp0l3 Drone Encounter by iancjw
Control room by ATArts n0-M.A.D//003 - Military Assassin Droid by TomEdwardsConcepts
:bigthumb437978550: Memories of a Dead World by Suirebit
Epic robot by Tetriandoh take care of your forests! by jonone
Station Approach by atackart Pulsar Beacon by Alpha-Step
Storage Corridor by St-Pete Blade Runner Paris by daRoz
Icarus by HSbF6 Escaping Girl by SaraForlenza
Sci - fi hangar by stgspi Hangar by medders
Metropolis by janvavrusa The Tower by ApneicMonkey
Flying barge by sketchboook Shock trooper by Asahisuperdry
UDKproto03 by PE-Travers UES futur Drone by LMorse
We need more plugs! by rawwad Messing around by artbygp
Village by IgnisFerroque

I'm gonna make some more features soon as well!!
Keep on suggesting guys, this is really appreciated.
Your devoted Sci-Fi and Space Art CV.

I'm pretty happy to share with you my first demo reel about a couple of matte paintings I recently did. 
Towards Another Future by Shue13 and  The Sentinels by Shue13

This could help some of you understand a bit more about the different steps of a matte painting and what's so fun doing it!!

Thanks for your feedbacks and comments and enjoy the walkthrough and music!!

Cheers!
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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

February was so amazing in terms of DDs. For those who missed them here is the round-up of Sci-fi and space choices for the month.
Many of you seem to enjoy my DD for Today post on my facebook. Want to join and get every DDs, join me here: www.facebook.com/shue13

Show them some love they truly deserve it,  


Ready Player One by SharksDenAndromeda C9 by fantasio
Heavy Infantry by ManzanedoInfinity - Tohaa by chesterocampo
Aka by RonnyKwan130904 into the atmosphere by przemek-duda
elevenFive by SimonWeanerClash by DylanPierpont
Lifeforce by Max-DockerFuturistic City 6 by Scott Richard by rich35211
the april march . by megatruhPilot by MathiasZamecki
Invasion by tsonlineDRuGs by Brosa
DECIMA by max4everRemember Tomorrow by eschaal
Steam Rebellion by GrivetartAEON7 - The Seed Gate by zilekondic
Giant-in-the-mist-small by jameswolfJewel Melody Regular Version by dcwj
Fb City by kuroe702Environment Wip09 by yongs
Steam Robot Advance by yuchenghongBasileus by TobiasRoetsch
Farewell by MLethCyborg Samurai by blee-d
Destination by Catalin-GeaniApplibot Illustration 3 by alexnegrea


Keep on suggesting guys, this is really appreciated.
Your devoted Sci-Fi and Space Art CV.

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Features by Shue13


Hey guys,

January is already behind us and so many outstanding artworks this month.
Once again I met fantastic artists you should definitely have a look at. Here is your chance to once more discover them with this great DD round up for month of January.

Now enjoy and show them some love they truly deserve it,  


Aenigma - Jonada - The Line by W-E-ZAthena - Rebirth by DanarArt
Light Source by charmedyGarden City by Darkhikarii
Winter Patrol by artofjokinen
Deathwish by mio188New zone checking by Nookiew
last friend by soft-hStormtrooper by Cynic-pavel
The Start of Elysium by guang2222POLICE ROBOT final by angelitoon
Cyberpunk by vladimirpetkovicTyler advanced v by snatti89
841184 10151358602633999 189609832 O (1) by Wen-XaeroaaaThe Lord and the Colonel by Abiogenisis
BLACK FISH by CrazyAsian120131211 by Zhangx
BURNING SUNS - Build by Redan23EIN LIZ 2 by LeeJJ
Mission 01 by Jessada-ArtDying Light by Ninjatic
One more skull for the Throne by DiegoGisbertLlorensWar Cyborg by SKtneh
Into The Battlefield by VincentiusMatthewColony 2257 by zeedurrani
TITAN 2 by MarcBrunetretouch up claz2 robot = = by ANG-angg
Spaceship by KennethJensenNanjing 2024 by hekatoncheir
L'infini de la reverie by DmitryEp18




Your devoted Sci-Fi and Space Art CV.