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The Underground vol 8:iconPolasko: Polasko, suggested by Pim-sThe Underground vol 8 by Aeires
Incredible sense of depth and detail, each piece is packed with loads of talent. What I see in his gallery is an artist that has a great vision, and goes far beyond it with each work, pulling it all off with impressive skill. He doesn't post a lot, but when he does it's well worth a full view.
:iconwastubali: wastubali, suggested by Nestalgica
Mad 3D skills, this is some seriously professional work rendered here. I love his use of textures and color, bringing it all together with perfect lighting. Had a tremendously hard time featuring only five images, his entire gallery is worth showcasing.
:iconCarnivora88: AM-Markussen, suggested by Ellygator
Underworld by AM-Markussen Leap by AM-Markussen :thum
CEA UPdate for January 09, 2008CEAUPDATE 010908CEA UPdate for January 09, 2008 by realitysquared
UPDATES FROM realitysquared : Harassment Issues; Drawing the Line
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