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Metropolis 2106 by thmc Metropolis 2106 by thmc
Software: Cinema4D 8.5 + Advanced Render

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:iconfrenchphilosopher:
Hey! That's La Défense!
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:iconkaiserholt:
Good work ^_^
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:iconabiralo:
Future world!!!
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:iconartsorceress:
artsorceress Feb 29, 2012  Professional
Incredible!!!!
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:iconoffirmo:
Hey ! This is where I work ! ("La défense", business place of Paris)
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:iconchloexlolx:
The detail is simply amazing.
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:iconyurisart:
like La Défense :)
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:iconalvaromero324:
alvaromero324 Jun 19, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
mmm very good =D
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:iconwankey:
I have to say something about this piece. It's not that it's great, I have to say that I imagined this piece about 5-6 years ago when I was reading the novel by Robin Cook called Abduction. It's a story about a group of sub-mariners discovering a huge advanced civilization under the sea.

I had imagined their city to be EXACTLY like this. I find it unnerving how well you have painted. Even down to the point where the east and west are separated by a small river/lake in the middle. Even the color of the sky was how I imagined it when I read it, heck even those floaty things I had imagined as well!

You've gotten the colour EXACTLY like I imagined while reading the book. While, plain and advanced looking.

I find this incredibly weird and unnerving looking at this piece as if someone took my imagination and stuck it on a piece of paper for me. Every time I look at it, it hits a spot in my memory. It's exactly like I imagined! For instance, the building on the right is the memory building where they went to wipe their memories and get restarted in their new bodies.

This is getting weirder and weirder the more I stare at this painting. I better stop.

Great job btw, and thanks for making my day that bit weirder.
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