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    Wonderful work!
    I agree, Epic does AMAZING work.

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    wooooow saw your works earlier on polycount forum simply amazing by the way I'm big fan of GoW

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    AWSOME WORKS!! congrats on the top row!
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    Great stuff man, huge fan of epics art team - Thanks for sharing

    p.s: Your website does not seem to work =P

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    I love the work.

    I have a question about the steel plates on the arch of the door. How did you space them so evenly? They look to be seperate z-tools for each one. I am curious to know your method for laying them out so even and symmetrically?

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    Oye! awesome.
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    nice work mate how much of em were done in zbrush?

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    these are great ! im still playing GearsOfWar 1...share more please !

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    Pixels: Right on, inspiration is everything. I read up on the origin of the thing before making the statue, though I wanted to find out where the caduceus symbol came from so I ended up reading up on Chiron who gifted the knowledge of medicine to mankind ( well, according to the Greeks).

    I'm pretty interested in pre christ religions and mythologys so I'd wondered how the serpent, symbol of evil now, had survived as representative of the healing arts. Interesting stuff if you are a bit of a sad professor and I need something to think about while I'm whittling away at these things.

    Anyway, I'll post some proper answers tonight along with more pieces. I just had to respond to a fellow researcher

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    Awesome stuff Kevin. This is one of the best env work I've ever seen.
    The level of detail is certainly more than it was needed in the game, but it clearly shows that you were very well motivated

    Are these rendered in zbrush or elsewhere?

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    YEAH MR J. Rock out sir.

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    Looks great matey .Interested in seeing more..the snakes are very good .

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    caffeineandpixels here's a nice one:

    http://www.etereaestudios.com/docs_h...akes_index.htm

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