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Center Stage with Artist: Benoit Godde

His site [http://benoit-godde.cghub.com/] Benoit Godde is a concept artist working at Quantic Dream. He is responsible for art work for games: Heavy Rain, Beyond, and the cancelled Eight Day. His work is really fantastic and has its own style. I love the robot.
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