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Derelict by ApneicMonkey Derelict by ApneicMonkey
Starting work as an Environment Artist on a new role-playing video game soon so I wanted to quickly do another personal painting before getting started. :)

Inspired by the awesome work of Peter Elson who died well before his time.
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Portosilva Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2011  Student General Artist
This is just awesome, great work.
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ExistensialSlacker Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Holy hell this has some serious atmosphere
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differentego Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
wonderful colours :thumbsup:
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ApneicMonkey Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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jollywrecker92 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2011   Traditional Artist
Taking on the roll of an E.A is daunting and time consuming from what I heard, although you clearly have what it takes to do it, as seen here, this is beautiful. :) There's so much to see here, I keep finding little bits of details everywhere, from the loose wiring to what I'm thinking is a.... Door or two? :? How many hours did this take you exactly? It appears it took weeks of work to be honest, didn't matter how long it took really, it's just as admirable either way. The scale in which it is to the man there just makes it more real, it also has a real sense of adventure, and it seems Lost World-ly (Not the TV series).

Sounds silly, but at first I thought it to be a ship that was destroyed in a battle at sea and a giant wave from the aftermath was about to send the remains into another ship, while the character there looked like he was just standing on the other vessel watching this come at him with a cup of coffee and no expression going "Ah, shit." All that from the preview. slightly insane, I know. *grins*
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ApneicMonkey Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks again for the in-depth reply. :) What do you mean E.A? I've not heard that abbreviation before.
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jollywrecker92 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011   Traditional Artist
I should probably hold off on that, I'm notorious for blabbing and it's time wasting for the reader, so I apologize. ^^; E.A is short for "Enviromental Artist". :D
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ApneicMonkey Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Ah, I really should have guessed that it was Enviro Artist. :P

No need to apologize, I really do appreciate the time you take to comment. :)
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jollywrecker92 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011   Traditional Artist
Nah, I have those moments alot.... :shrug: Lol. Everybody does~

I just don't want to turn bothersome. :)
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bluefootednewt Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011  Student General Artist
:iconweekenddanceplz: I love the dramatic lighting in this! :sherlock: This really captures that feeling of intrigue and anticipation found in great films! :popcorn: :clap:
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