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Planet Orijin by johnsonting Planet Orijin by johnsonting
A commissioned work for Infinity Helix Entertainment, LLC, for 'Kingdom Realms', a hybrid offline rpg tactics game. You can check out their site at [link]

(please note that the site is still being worked on)
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:iconmoseyhosey:
reminds me of Dune!
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ZaerTown Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
so cool
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:iconblitzjaeger:
Very inspired, I like creative enviro work like this.
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:iconwendyill:
In Final Fantasy 8 was the episode with the underground prison in the desert.
There were 3 parts connected with bridges at the top and drills at the lower parts.
Here I see a similar principle.

Planet Orijin you did a great job.
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eagleacz Mar 12, 2012  Student General Artist
I really like the depth of field =D and the colors are amazing!
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pureverve Mar 11, 2012   Digital Artist
you've outdone yourself on this one!
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:iconxajnanimous:
It's a little busy, at times hard to read what forms are there, but overall very nice mate.
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weebasaurus Mar 9, 2012  Professional Filmographer
amazing as usual !!! gratz on your graduation btw!
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PiersonDeWeese Mar 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i really like this piece you are obviously talented and i really like how some people comment on great art and how they think it should be better when they themselves could use the critique.
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johnsonting Mar 8, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No pierson you shouldn't think like that, artists never stop learning, people who critiques are our one of sources for improvements, there's no harm gathering different opinions from different people, we must always be grateful when people are willing to say it out and share their thoughts! Those who are willing to spend time criticizing your works are to be treated with respect; this kind of interaction is beneficial to both parties. So, always be grateful of critiques! :)
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