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John
"Older pictures"
I completely agree with Ragnarok. I love all your artwork but the ones that I enjoy the most are your older ones. They have a different "feel" to them, if you know what I mean.

Wed September 30, 2009 at 5:35 pm

Ragnarok
"Amazing Concept"
Ryan,



Why this has no comments is beyond me. Considering this was created in 1997, I would say this is nothing short of extraordinary. The concept of what looks like a stonehenge set to the planetscape background which is brilliant. The color selection is really what captured me, especially the blue aura at the horizon which almost seems to be the atmosphere. Like so many of these oldies, this piece redone would be astounding. I think people forget that you are so creative that you really don't need to revise an old piece when you can conceptualize a new one. But hopefully you would honor a humble request!

March 27, 2009

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