Harpoon Town

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Harpoon Town

Author Comments

this concept is set in the same world as my 'boneyard' drawing. on the other side of the now changed planet earth. the Australian continent is sunken down during the massive earthquakes that wiped out advanced human civilizations but still shallow enough for human survivors to salvage the ruins of the cities to build new ones. as evolution speeds up, much like the Cambrian explosion, gigantic coral reefs now fill the continent. many aquatic animals grow to huge sizes. giant arthropods, crustacean and various other marine invertebrates larger than humans now roam the ocean floor and inside corals. aside from being very huge, many reef fishes have developed armored skin and tough plates as protection against predators even larger and more ferocious than them. Harpoon town is well known for its reliance on its large numbers of harpoon hunters to hunt for fishes in the open sea or to catch crabs and other giant invertebrates dwelling under the large supports that keeps the town above sea level. Aside from hunting, inhabitants of harpoon town harvests sea weeds and various marine plants. Fresh water is gathered from very frequent rainstorms while oil is collected from the carcasses of the fishes they caught or from many new species of marine plants that was discovered to be able to produce large amounts of oil like substance that are far more efficient than gasoline. This drawing is very much inspired by the movie waterworld


Looks pretty neat, I like the warf like look to everything.

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4.10 / 5.00

Jun 22, 2015 | 1:05 PM EDT
File Info
2100 x 1563 px
828.1 kb

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