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4.52 / 5.00

Nov 9, 2011 | 4:24 PM EST
Fine Art
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1000 x 727 px
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Some promo art for my upcoming game Blacken the Sun. We will be publishing to Steam, Ouya and various other platforms. We expect to have a demo and trailer coming out in the next few months which will be uploaded here. Please feel free to check us out at:

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We will be updating regularly on all fronts.

We will be needing to hire voice actors in near future and although we don't have any money to pay anyone at this point in time if you are interested please feel free to send me some of your work and we might be able to work something out. blackenthesunthegame@gmai



Rated 5 / 5 stars


If this is anything close to Limbo, I'm interested.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I can truly see your style of indie in this simple piece of artwork.What game3 are you working on?Is it a pc game?

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aba1 responds:

It's a puzzle platformer game where you die if you go into the light so you have to sneak around in the shadows


Rated 3 / 5 stars


I always appreciate new styles. This is great. I hope the production of your game goes well. I also feel that I should compliment you on your choice of name and color. The yellow cuts nicely onto the black. The light effect is praiseworthy as well. The sun looks almost malicious, and shadowed figure appears defiant rather than defeated. It is wonderfully comical, yet magical as well.
Keep it up.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

New Perspective

I really like that you reversed the roles of light & shadows, brings the artwork a sense of genuinity.

As for the technical aspects of this work, it's great how you empashize the light by making it appear through the trees giving it an extra sense of danger.

Also the difference in styles used for the sun & shadow makes it seem more playful in comparison to it's environment making it stand out.

The background appears abit dull, however.

None the less I really liked this, keep up the work. :D