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Home of the Dark Knights

04-01-2016

A castle stands in the hills amongst an empty snowy landscape and a mesmerizing ocean of stars above. Sometimes creating something elegant is not a complicated process, read the explanation by Dagmar Fischer (known as Luego).

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Meeting Mikko Kriek

03-18-2016

Recently Mikko Kriek has emerged and made himself known through his amazing aerial compositions. He is an illustrator that produces historical and archaeological visualizations for a host of international heritage clients. In his work he tries to make a translation of the archaeological past to a wider perception and understanding of the general public of today.

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Hell Creek March

03-04-2016

Arthur Dorety describes the process of creating his prehistoric image composed in the unique perspective of the Pterosaur's eye. Using EcoSystem layers and the terrain editor in VUE, Arthur managed to illustrate this vast and atmospheric landscape.

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Uluru

02-19-2016

Check out how Xavier Magnan builds a heightmap in photoshop, sculpts a terrain and creates his landscape in vue. A truly impressive piece; elegant and simple.

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Meeting Mark Rabenhorst

01-29-2016

We would like to introduce Mark Rabenhorst, a passionate and driven young artist from Baltimore, Maryland. Mark is a software developer and a geospatial analyst for an international mapping company, but in his spare time he has contributed some great work in the Gallery including very impressive landscapes created in Vue and World Machine. Meet mark and take a look at his creations with a fresh eye.

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