This really leaves a deep message hidden in this. Its like you're implying that Jebus is the Saviour of Hank's Constant torture and death in the world of madness and sin. Auditor represents Death, Tricky represents Hell, Jebus represents salvation.
Its like Hank is reaching out for (peace through death) trying to escape (torture/hell after death)
PS: This review and all opinions are solely based on First Impressions
Regards from a Struggling Youtuber
THIS IS SO AWESOME
Very nice with this one, the limited colors are ok with me, but still would have been nice to see some other vibrant colors aswell, but anyways like what you did with the code and all, and not sure what this is all about but it was pretty impressive on its own and cameout very well i thought, maybe as a tip the backround could be more cloudy and or dusky like givingmore of a dark feel to it all abit more, just an idea though, but other then that this was actually pretty good and i can see why it was front paged so congrats there, anyways nice work i liked it.
~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some more cloudy and dusky look from the backround would be nice and maybe one more color of code wouldnt hurt either.
OMG thats just epic... and awsome as hell
I hope you managed to get some kind of award for this wonderful art piece. It's just great to see how gorgeous everything looks. I like how there's these little words going on all around. You see the "Cannot Be Stopped" text appearing around Jebus. Is Jebus the character's official name? I heard that he's simply called Jesus, but apparently Jebus is a popular fan nickname. I can make out the words "Rot in Hell" and "Die Suffer" in the background.
I like how you show the auditor (I think that's his name) so well. You get a great sense that these characters are all intertwined to each other in every sense of the word. The shading and color effects used are fantastic. I also love how it seems to be taking place as the characters are floating through the air or something. It's amazing how it's even better than the original material. I guess with a single image you can do that.
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