The Titen of tSualainn

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The Titen of tSualainn

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Hello everyone, me again! I've been horribly busy, working on this and that, and I just finished this painting that I've been working on for... oh, I'd say a couple of months. It's not very big, only 13 x 7, and that was the entire challenge of it, painting something smaller than any of my other stuff.

As you can tell by the name, this is obviously related to TITEN, the game idea I did a bunch of art for a while ago before I realized it was too ambitious and I started doing Magnon instead. (That is still coming along nicely by the way, after quite a few setbacks)

Pictured above is a quiet night scene of the snowy, northern city of tSualainn (pronounced too-line), including their in-progress protector towering in the distance. Once again, I still want to make TITEN some day, I love the idea and still have a lot of stuff swimming around in my head, but it'll just have to wait until later.

I must say, so far, this is probably my favorite thing I've ever done, concept art or otherwise! So, um... success! :D

Have a nice day! <3


Very nice work! Reminds me of Vincent van gogh's Stary night.

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ODriku responds:

Yes, I did base it off of that a bit! I love Van Gogh so much, he is one of my biggest inspirations. Fun fact, I started trying to do this as kind of a Bob Ross thing, but as it came together and I added the moon and the lamp posts, it all just kinda... came together the way that it did! I'm very happy with it!

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3.78 / 5.00

Jan 10, 2017 | 2:18 PM EST
File Info
1000 x 1914 px
4.2 mb

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