yeah, I discovered the astonishing work of Craig Sellars on this website!your piece rocks too!bravo! ^^
You are extremely talented!!Could you please add more of your work from the film Aeon Flux?It's one of my favourite movies.
@BROCASSO: - bleeep! -@Anders: yes, there are so many links to great artists that I haven't even heard of@Dwayne: thanks for your interest. Don't know if you've seen these:http://www.peterpopken.com/movies/Panoptikum.movwill have a look through my files next week and see what I got for you
Thanks for the reply, Peter.I've seen the Panopticon storyboard video - that was really interesting but I would definitely love to see more of your Aeon Flux stuff! :)
Peter your works are always astonishing! I've just watched the storyboard videoclip linked above and visited your homepage, it's all great!
nice stuff here aswell. I wish i could do technical stuff!! I alwasy tell people im jealous of this kind of work because i wouldnt be able to pull it off!
i don't know how i missed your blog till now! im linking you immediately o_ocrazy stuff man.. keep it up!
really great sense of light, nice work !!
thanks peter, means a lot :)looking forward to see more art on this blog as well
Masterful as always, Peter.But...what´s with the fancy pinkish-green design ? Did the trophy wife of the imperator order that colors? That can´t possibly be the choice of a hard ass star fighter pilot, wouldn´t you think? :-)))By the way, thanks again for helping me move last weekend!!!
@Benjamin von Eckartsberg:Since this is not a man's world anymore at least the universe is still ours, right? Where everything is cool, black and chunky. But this flying handbag actually exists and was designed by Gucci for the 40th anniversary of space-travel(spacetourismsociety.org)
wonderful work peter!
show us more!))
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