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  1. Ventarron

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    Any CnC please? Thanks. Used a Canon Powershot A400, desaturated in PS
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    Great job finding this structure (back of a billboard?), it is very powerful and looming looking. Not a big fan of the first two, a little too busy for me. But the last two are really great. You capture how big the structure was in the third, and the sunlight really highlights all of the small details of the wood going all the way up. Nice job.
     
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    #3 is definitely my favorite -- as I was scrolling down the page, it gave me a very definite sense of falling through these huge gaps! I like that.

    In general, good eye for lines. I think that some of them are a bit busy and could be simplified with some recomposition.
     
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    Thanks!
    Thats actually concrete. Forgot to mention it, because it does look like wood. I guess they didnt polish it in the process of making, hence the texture. Its a part of an outside wall of a local supermarket, old grey block building. Ill keep in mind what you said about the first 2.
     

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