mardi 19 juillet 2011

Step by Step Pieces by Marek Okon

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You probably already know Marek Okon, even If you don't know who is exactly him, you definetely already saw his artworks. He's one of the best digital artist nowadays, working a lot for the games industry doing concept arts for games like Crysis 2, War Hammer 40.000 and Napoleon - Total War. I've found these stunning step by step pieces on his website and though you be really cool to share with you.

If you want to know more about Marek, please acess his Website or his Devianart Profile.

War Hammer 40.000


Book Cover for "Hardcore" by Andy Remic


Napoleon - Total War


Book Cover for Fabryka Slow

About the author

My name is Marcos Torres, I'm Graphic Artist from Porto Alegre, Brasil. You can get to know more about me by acessing my Personal Website or by following me on Twitter: @marcos333. You can also see some of my last projects at my Flickr.

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