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Another concept-art for my job
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And this is why I developed Arachnophobia. Thanks, arch. I really owe you for that one...


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Woah, I love this picture because of how sinister it is! The cars on the ground look so freaking realistic! I have to think you probably used actual photographs for that. I guess this will help me in anticipation for the upcoming Spider-Man movie this year! I love how everything seems entangled in the city. That doesn't even look like spider silk, it's too black.

Of course, a giant evil spider probably would have different looking silk. It's great how you show all these holes and stuff in the city giving it a truly sinister look. It appears as though there's only one spider in this, so I don't know why it says, "we". Maybe it was just referring to spiders in general. That spider looks like it has a lot of body parts to eat with. It's awesome from the get go!



omg

this is a beautifully made picture... but you kinda just gave me nightmares :D


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Its guna happen!!

I know it will! ;D


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Wow.

This was really cool, I actually gained some inspiration from this. Spiders attacking a city, it's been done, but ohhh my gosh, you've done it very well and got it to work out very well.
Well done. 4/5 from me.


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May 7, 2010 | 11:13 AM EDT
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