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Super Meat Boy Comic Cover 2.5

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Score
4.53 / 5.00

Date
06/23/2010
Category
Illustration
File Info
1313 x 2000 px
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853.3 kb
Tags
super
boy
meat
edmund
  • Frontpaged June 28, 2010

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The Cover of issue 2.5 of Super Meat Boy.

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papahcaorpapahcaor

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 24, 2010

pretty sick

love it man, this art is superb!



Mal-MikeMal-Mike

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 23, 2010

We all may not agree but...

I don't quite agree with the previous post I think that the physical depth is easily derived from the reflections in those meat juices. You've done well in providing enough detail so that the everyday joe should be able to tell what it is without adding way too much so that it doesn't degrade it's actual style and soul. yup yup 5/5(just for the score's sake) 9/10


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PoloniumPolonium

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jun 23, 2010

well

To me I don't think you achieved the physical 'depth' in the scene that you seemed to be aiming for; that is instead of the ground looking like a floor full of meat juices with mounds of thousands of bodies sat in it that stretches away into the background, it looks more like one live Meat Boy stood one just one mound of central bodies, with an inexplicable parabolic heap of corpses in the foreground and nothing else definable. The raggedy piles in the background are extremely faint and it makes them look more like very throwaway non-explicit detail than something actually part of the background design, if you only take a quick glance at the image you can't see them at all. It's an unsatisfying effect from that perspective.


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BluexHelmetBluexHelmet

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 23, 2010

Badass

That is just awesome