Throne of (rusty) Stainless Steel (LVL99)

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Throne of (rusty) Stainless Steel (LVL99)

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Salad Fingers has reached his level cap. He's so powerful now that he made his finger puppet friends bring him all the rusty spoons they could find. He even made himself a throne out of rusty spoons and is considered a god, the god of rusty spoons.
I feel like I gotta explain this piece: I made many sketches before coming up with this idea. I gotta thank my roommate (the cool one) for giving me inspiration for this and for sharing her knowledge with me. Some backstory: When I started working on the first sketches, my roommate was studying for an exam on art history. I showed her my first sketch and she suggested that I made some changes to make it feel more epic and divine using classical simbolism like puting Salad Fingers on the top of the image and such. I liked the new sketch more than the original, so I followed her advice. Something that I always kept was the Throne of Iron reference, I thought looked cool.
I wanted to represent ultimate power witouth physical strenght. Like Jazza said, level cap doesn't need to be flashy armor, and I felt like this is what Salad Fingers' level 99 form would be, his power is represented by the mountains of spoons he sits on.
This took forever to finish because of life, but here it is, and I like it, it's almost more than decent.
I hope you like it too~
I used some textures from for the sky.

Mid-developement sketch:
Wip dump thread (more sketches) :


spoon lord.
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May 20, 2017 | 2:44 PM EDT
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3.7 mb

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