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Sunday, March 09, 2008

Steampunk Copter; Referee




Uh oh... the literally dark side of my concept art.





These are "older" (2007) concept pieces. They fit nicely with the friedly alien below, don't they?
Photo: The Pentecost "Hoppi-Copter", Righter Family Archives

6 comments:

  1. I'm the first! I'm the first to comment this *#?² copter!!!

    This is sooo drop-dead great!!

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  2. WOW! This guys look amazing. Love your dark side of your concept art! The copter pic is really funny, very good for inspiration.

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  3. No words to describe your talent... Simply Amazing!

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  4. whhaaaaaaaaa :-D great.
    See you on friday!

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  5. OH man, I love me that 'copter. I want on! Friggin great design!

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  6. Very nice thanks, I really like the way of the draws almost black and white.

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