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Cityboat

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Roughly inspired by the music scene from Ghost in the Shell. I always wondered about the underwater part. Under all that city stuff. Initially scribbled this into my sketchbook last year. The lineart is realized on 2 A4 papers with Micron Sakura liners.
New layer management implemented here ! With masks and stuff.

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I like it. this is amazing :O

Kamikaye responds:

Thx :)

I really like the contrast,and the ideea is just amazing but the credit is yours for making it come true.One of my favourite pieces of art

Kamikaye responds:

Thank you :)

Honestly,at first I didn't think much of this but then I scrolled down and saw that underwater district.Great concept and use of colors..Would definitely want to see more of your work

Kamikaye responds:

Thanks, I'm on it !

ARE YOU READY KIDS?
*awkward spongebob opening song in the backround*
WELCOME TO SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS 2583

Kamikaye responds:

Underwaterflats are usually low-rent. Just right for that no so long happy anymore burger frier. :]

Wow you just mixed two of my favorite things of what I envision of what the future would be like.
An underwater eutopian city And A Floating city. (floating as in where vehicles are made to fly now)

Kamikaye responds:

Thx :) Glad I nailed it ;)

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Kamikaye
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Nov 24, 2015
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