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Score
4.24 / 5.00

Date
08/12/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
1300 x 650 px
JPG
305.9 kb
Tags
tower
defender
steampunk
atlantis

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Author Comments

This is an illustration for a game I made with Elvidian Entertainment called 'Atlantis Defender' - I hope you like it :)

Reviews


Parseh2020Parseh2020

Rated 4 / 5 stars Aug 20, 2013

I like how painted that underwater environment, but I think it could've been better if you added a little bit bluish tint to the character since it's underwater.


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headphoamzheadphoamz

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 12, 2013

Love your work, Jazza. The little bolts holding the robot's frame together are especially remarkable in detail!



SkullKiller2500SkullKiller2500

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 12, 2013

Best Future Art Ever!



flashmakeitflashmakeit

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 12, 2013

I like that mean looking robot and I hope the game is fun to play.



GamekrazzyProductionGamekrazzyProduction

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 12, 2013

Hmm. I like this work. I did notice as stated below that the proportions are slightly off on the robot's arms. I don't know if that was unintentional or done on purpose... I mean I suppose maybe he got built that way! ha!

I find it quite hard to judge the lighting as you seem to have implemented more then one light source on this one. (which makes sense because he's underwater and light gets distorted.) From the looks of it you have the main light source as a light slightly left of the camera. (or the POV of the picture) along with the natural lighting of the environment, this of course would cause cross shading which is very visible behind the arm and the leg socket. I am glad you did this with the lighting because otherwise the character wouldn't pop out as much, and as an illustration... that's the last thing you want.

Overall, a fantastic bit of art Jazza!