City balcony view

City balcony view

Tyler Edlin est un illustrateur américain de 29 ans. Doté d’une imagination débordante, il peint des environnements et des personnages qui sortent de l’ordinaire. Nous nous focalisons aujourd’hui sur ses villes riches en couleurs, en détails et qui font incontestablement rêvées. Pour en voir davantage, visitez son portfolio, son DeviantArt et son CGHub.

Les fantastiques environnements de Tyler Edlin


Yuri Gvozdenko is an illustrator and animator and some of his work includes scenes of Hong Kong and futuristic scenes of a cyber city where there will be such dense cities where bridges to different building will be necessary.

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Cityscape 3 by cyberpunk, future city, cyber city, flying car, futuristic city (Future Tech Sci Fi)

cyber Tokyo / sci fi / city lights / digital art

Neo Tokyo inspiration - mixing the old in with the new, traditional Japanese buildings shown down at the ground level in amidst the bright street lights from all the street vendors and businesses. Set to a backdrop of towering sky-scrappers plunging into

ArtStation - More Old stuff here =), jeremy chong

by Jeremy Chong. I am drawn to futuristic settings where cities have multiple layers of dwellings and skyscrapers that are huge. -- Concept of slums

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Paris cityscapes futuristic cyberpunk science fiction artwork Remember Me - Wallpaper ( / Wallbase. (1200×1049)

The Jupiter Stockworks, AKA Balem Abrasax cool bachelor pad of evil and beauty. It is like art deco, art nouveau, and gothic came together and had an evil sci fi baby.

"This city is a monster in itself. If you don't play your cards right... Well, we wouldn't like to talk about that, now would we?"

Cyberpunk, Neo Noir, Neon City by Vladimir Manyuhin --- Color palette reference.

Design by Jacqueline Nasso Cooke Publisher: Pyr Cover Illustration: © Stephan Martiniere

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Yes it happened, a ruins matte painting of NY. I chose not to put in any famous buildings since that's been done many times. (sorry Shreeve, Lamb and Ha. New York Ruins