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Sci-fi industry 3 by WiredHuman Sci-fi industry 3 by WiredHuman
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2017
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:trophy:Comment:  In an eerie sense, your choice of bleakness and emptiness is a real eye-catcher.  This breaks the stereotypical mold of a sci-fi city or factory, which, as far as I remember, are always busy with traffic or crowds of people.  The gloomy, rainy lighting only adds to the sense of emptiness, as if whatever fuels the city in which the people are living and working in is not worth toiling under stormy deluge.  Or maybe this is a Life After People scenario, in which humanity has completely physically vanished without a trace, and this is just One Day After People, a state in which the industry looks unaltered, but overwhelmingly emptier.  Whatever the case, good work here.
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Parisqeen Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2017
So many in such a short about of time gosh, I love it. These are beautiful, I love the ones with people in them because you can see the extent of the buildings and their absolute mass 
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lubuil Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2017
Love stuff like this :)
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