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Date
06/17/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
1600 x 1200 px
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2.6 mb
Tags
mother
earthbound-zero
queen-mary
magicant

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Author Comments

Here's something I did a couple of years or so ago, it's Queen Mary from the Japan-only NES game MOTHER (a.k.a. Earthbound Zero). She is the ruler of a surrealistic world called Magicant who sends Ninten (the main protagonist) and his friends on a quest to rediscover the lost pieces of a melody that would return her memory and help defeat the alien invader Giegue (if memory serves me correctly).

This is actually a redux or remake of an earlier piece I did back in 2007, as a kind of gauge to see just how much I had improved. Compared to this one, the other looks like absolute crap, but that's just my opinion.

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VaguelyCreepyVaguelyCreepy

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jun 22, 2012

At first, I thought it was Zelda, but then I saw the title, and I quickly got much more excited. EarthBound is probably my favorite game EVER, and Mother was an enjoyable, if somewhat difficult, predecessor.

Overall, I like what you've done here. It's not quite the same as I always pictured Magicant (if I were standing *in* it, as opposed to looking down *on* it) but it's fitting. And good job on the "fuzziness" that comes with distance, but you may also want to consider thinning out the lines on further back objects, too.