Motorcycle City


Been a while since I uploaded to NG. I have indeed been busy with some travel and the like. Anyways here is a quick Photoshop piece :)

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Thanks so much guys :)

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Thee background's varied collection of structures and small group of individuals- in well meaning discussion, it seems- makes it a strong support for the biker and bikes in the foreground nice and strong. The bike and armor designs are the best qualities of this work- the sense especially of power, but used with a sense of grace. I like how the foreground biker seems ot be in thought as he leans on is bike. Nice work.

InsolentMinx responds:

Cheers for the review man :) Sorry I didn't respond sooner NG doesnt seem to notify me of comments.

The wounded warrior always licks his wounds alone.

Brilliant work. I love the expression on this man's face and the setting that this takes place in. Its like Cyberpunk meets Asgard.

Captivating, I wouldn't wanna live there if they are as loud as irl those bikes.

InsolentMinx responds:

hehe cheers

Wow! Because of the depth and size of the front wheel, that thing looks like twelve feet long. Awesome. Although the wings extruding from the back seem incongruent, like the pair closest to the foreground are shorter (terminating above the exhaust and therefore in front of the wheel's edge. I could see that being a cool design at any rate, so it doesn't detract from the epic medieval Judge Dreddiness of it all.

InsolentMinx responds:

Thanks :) I see what you mean there with the fins :/ Either way I love Judge Dredd

this is just great! the Asgard-like chopper really puts it over the top. Id love to see an animated movie about this.

InsolentMinx responds:

cheers man :)

Credits & Info

3.55 / 5.00

May 2, 2013
12:35 PM EDT
File Info
1920 x 853 px
2.5 MB

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