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Fortress Hand Seven by ukitakumuki Fortress Hand Seven by ukitakumuki
2 hours or so PS CS..

Quick mood setup for a snow outpost that was evacuated after a transport fell from the sky :( This is situated on a low-G world.. that is why snow seems to not really fall, but just form and inch slowly toward the ground.

The layout is similiar to that of Whiskey outpost from the Starship troopers game.. an open top garrison concept.

Mine has towers 'half erected' and a hand-shaped 'living machine' reactor that tunnels its way into the geomound where it can locate minerals or thermals to power the base. My idea of how a 'orga-mecha' base might work..

Alot of cool ppl are now working for HB :) yay.

[link] .. Please supportttt :blowkiss:
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Whisper19 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013
Then why is the word BORITA on the side....
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ZumboPrime Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2010
Site won't do anything after loading the name and logo for me.
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reservoir-fox Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yeah, i wanted to see a video too
to comprove that you really do that in two hours, and to learn ^^
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barraq Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2008
wow...very nice artwork..i luv it very much..

i need a little favor from you. Please check this out :


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and i really need you to critic this artwork as a CREATIVE designer / CREATIVE THINKER...& how did you feel about it..
what's is your comment...please critic ( NO MERCY) and give me the better idea to solve the problem. i really need your help...
thank you very much...
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Jessada-Art Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
very impressive work
Great artist!!!!
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andreydubinin Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2007  Professional Photographer
!!!
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MystalurDimensh Featured By Owner May 3, 2007  Professional General Artist
It looks like a scenery from Metal Slug ;)
Great pic! :+fav:
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner May 3, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
haha, that comparison is definetely a first! thanks i guess :D i love th detail in mslug games!
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Sev07 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007
Dude Amazing As Always!
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jeffbedash325 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2006  Professional
ur not a human! ur a monster!!!!! i cant believe that ur works are only finished for only 2 and 6 hours. its really great!
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aco2099 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2006
omg... 2 hours... impressive stuff...
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A3art Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2005
This looks great, excellent atmosphere there, great lighining and colors.. and all that just in two hours?? I just finished my first digital painting and it took me about 9 hours and it isn't even 5% of this quality, if you could see it and give me some tips to have in mind for my future works, it would be an honor, here it is -> [link]
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Jinxa Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2005
wow O.O
only two hours?! you continue to amaze me=D
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nirnir Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2005
i love the chaos..
you managed to make it beautiful
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mr-goodbytes Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2005
Amazing. I'm quite impressed with this one, particularly. I like the colouring and the shading, and the flare stuff too ^^.
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AND-3 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2005
I am in truly in awe... 2 hours is unbelieveable. This is the kind of stuff I like and love to learn more about the mindset behind it - Painting, composition and all. Problem is that I don't know where to start let alone know what to do with I have.

Brillant piece.
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
it was definetely easier during the time when i didn't know as much, alot of of things that were invisible to me just didn't require the concious effort.. i guess i was lucky to not screw it up totally back then.. I would never see this piece the same way again though XD its badly screwed up with regards to value structure :(

Now i definetely take longer, and have a prolonged concious effort to recheck during the painting and visualisation process :)
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DCMP Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Excellent work! great detail and object shading
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supremec Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2005
i love you, do you realize that? :P no seriously, great work. ;)
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Hellebore Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2005
*whistles*

I feel like I'm there already. Great perspective and focus. Just simply brilliant.
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Cliffie Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2005
The detail on this one is incredible, for lack of a better word.
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StrayBulletkmfdm Featured By Owner May 29, 2005
w...o...w... that is amazing.
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reneg8bober Featured By Owner May 10, 2005
so good.. so damn good ;D
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Robboman Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2005
That's really realistic. That's amazing. :)
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narrator Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2005
I...............just dont know how you do it. Incredibleto say the least!
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hakubaikou Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2004
Nice. The bottom right corner's really pleasing to look at. I'm not sure why though, but that segment feels vaguely like.... pie slices of light. (Ugh, that makes no sense. Sorry.)
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Jaen-ni-rin Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2004
Hmmm ???
Hull-breach sounds cool !!!
Picture is also great !
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pixelboy33 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004   Filmographer
omg! thats it gonna fav it!!! great style and technque.. i've always loved the rough-ish look :)
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dmbadcat Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2004   Digital Artist
This is cool! very detailed, very beautiful :)
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Zlatty Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2004  Professional Photographer
r - click
zoom image
200%

oooooh
i like this one
non actional but still fun
nice wrok
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Bakero Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2004
fuckin gr8!!!
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ullic Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2004
your art never ceases to amaze me, respect man.
i have been watching your work ever since you started posting on DA and i'm only getting more and more amazed. Keep it up
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
AWw thank you so much!!!!! I hope i dont disapppoint anytime soon ;)
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admin-sever15 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2004
I really like the lighting a lot on this. Especially the glow effect through the transport. Very nice, and the background setup story adds a lot.
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chups Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2004   Photographer
Awesome, great color selections!
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KillRaz0r Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2004   Interface Designer
Spectacular job and great detail! Keep up the good work :D
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mattgamer Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Very cool stuff - I love how it looks so damaged!

mG
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gensanity Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2004  Professional Traditional Artist
one of your best submitted pieces in a while in my opinion

fabulous job!
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hidaihazo12 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2004   Digital Artist
Dude, this is amazing!!!
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CarolineL Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2004
Absolutely gorgeous ! I especially love the light coming from behind.. :clap: :clap:
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ThinkBigg Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2004
What a unique style.. this is excellent. And to imagine that it only took a couple hours or so.. damn! Bravo. :+fav:
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ephigy Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004
buh da ba da taaa... i'm lovin' it.

Fresh as always uki. The thing I like best about this piece is the information in the foreground. It serves to contextualize the image very well, and makes everything feel slightly voyeuristic. Bang-up job.
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shocks Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004
i love this one, it has a great setting and great theme. WOnderfully done
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statichavoc Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
all of your conceptual art is quite inspirational... not just for me but for others... with the quick 2 hours on this work... i probably couldn't even accomplish the same in 2 days of straight work. much respect for that. great job with this and all your works. Not only that but your description that accompanies your pieces add to it in many ways. Maybe a walkthrough of how you work could be a great addition to the community sir! Just a thought. And what I like about this piece is really the detail of the wreckage vs. the murkiness of the rest of the scene... great job.
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
[link]

:) Thank you
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statichavoc Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
forgive me kind sir! p.s. i've been doodling in photoshop trying to at least mimmick your style in the slightest way... and thanks for the link i didn't see it off hand in your gallery!
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Haha! Do show when you're done man!

Oh and congrats on the newborn!!!!!!11 :) I wish you all the best !
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statichavoc Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'll let you know when i have something worthwhile to show! hahaha... any tips on color palette selecting... i can draw and paint decent... just the colors dont play off eachother well! argle! Anywho... thanks for the congrats on the baby... but it's not born yet!!! hehe. Keep kicking ass at the art!
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ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
My palatte is always chosen FIRST for 'believeability' sake. Photoref might be useful once in a while if I feel very.. daunted by a certain selection.

Most of the time.. its hardest to make sense of what you see with your eyes, and how the world sees it thru a Lens( of varying depth) all the way to cross processed film, with its myriad of types etc.

I think therefore.. the most important issue at hand is Values and how on a b/w scale.. just how believable and 'depth'-ful an image is. Colour comes second then :)
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statichavoc Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks a ton... picking the colors first helped out a TON... i always think form before aesthetics... which seems to be my problem... and i'm too structure when i draw... need to be loose i suppose. you ever on aim? i'd like to see your work at a fullsize - the size you work at so i can see how you get around to doing to much detail with seemingly few strokes! I really appreciate all your help so far... great stuff sir! i'm always in awe.
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