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One of a couple concept art pieces I did with Glass Knuckle Games for their upcoming game, Defragmented. It's a futuristic, cyberpunk shooter. Happy to have worked on this and have the opportunity to do what I love most. Once their Kickstarter goes up, they'll be showing the rest if my work, so keep an eye out!

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The detail and emotion of the background is already so complex in its explained way in art that you can already smell the pouring rain as it sinks into the cracks of the road and makes such a soothing sound on the pavement. The feel of the water going around, spiraling your umbrella atop of you as you take gushing steps with the city in various lights. Love this too much already^-^

I agree, the reflective water effect on the street are beautiful. I really love the Neon glow from the signs, it makes me think of Time square in New York city.

The water on the ground *insert feels good meme here*

YakovlevArt responds:

Haha, "feels good man."
Thanks!

Well done! Tho the "open" sign is bugging me out.

YakovlevArt responds:

heh- fair nuff. This is the difference between concept art and illustration. The concept brings the idea to the rest of the dev team. That open sign is just a quick note of a possible sign. Although I agree with the critique.

Superb!

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