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Golem vs Mech

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Award for the most un-original name ever choosen for a deviation!

I present you "Golem vs Mech". This work was fully painted, and took me about 12 hours to finish. The details on the golem was mainly the most dificult part, but I think it turned out pretty good.

The work speaks for itself. Its an epic war in some unknown planet where native creatures known as "Golems" raise up from earth to protect their homeworld. Mechs are sent to support the remaining forces.

If your question is "How the hell is that mecha going to fight that Golem?!" my answer would be " Never underestimate a Mecha!" :D

Hope you like this work guys :)

Print here: http://www.deviantart.com /print/12943202/

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Wheee, sexy creatures fight!

This is great. I have had this as my cellphone background for like a year and I never knew where it was from (Found it on 4chan or something) Pure luck had me scroll past it just now. Amazing work!

That is so good! Holy crap! If I had your talent...

God, I love this.
I wish I had this amount of talent with my drawings. :)

I really like your work, all of your pieces have this sense of Shadow of the Collousus style "majestic drama" and the design of your mechs make them look so ancient and epic. If I'm honest though, your key strength is lighting and I love seeing how you use that to create an atmosphere in what's essentially just a wastlend.

In the future it would be awesome for you to create a work that really plays off your skill with lighting. In my opinion your one of the most talented artists on newgrounds, keep the watermark high!

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keepwalking
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Jun 27, 2010
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