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Drew some space stuff again, some scavenger dude exploring a derelict station with his bot.

Enjoyed doing the lighting on this one, flooding in from open space. Also overall warpiness :)

Here's a timelapse video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85zA3jFRFJ0
Here's a link to a larger version: http://tap5y.deviantart.com/art/Did-You-Hear-That-644025009
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~14hrs total
25% original size

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I love the depth to in this! Reminds me of that bottomless pit in Star Wars.

Dang this is incredible, you put so much love & detail into this drawing and it shows:) seriously awesome work!

ChrisDaemon responds:

Thank you! I do love drawing :)

Man man man this is top quality stuff! I'm so surprised of how clean this came out with the way you speedpaint. i think the left robot could be darker though, and both robots could use some hue shifts. It'll be really cool if the top window planes casted smaller strips of shadows down to the foreground.

ChrisDaemon responds:

Thank you for the kind words and feedback. Much appreciated! :)

Whoa! I love the perspective................

ChrisDaemon responds:

I love doing those! Thanks for the stars :)

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