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Happy Hotel (Hazbin Hotel)


Final illustration of the Main Hotel building featured in Hazbin Hotel. The design and layout for this shot goes to Shannon "Merv" Allen (@Justmerv03) who has all her wonderful process all the way to the sketchbook illustrations posted here: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/XBNQdn

This color pass was not included in the final draft due to time constraints, however Shannon and I wanted to complete the image to share our vision. The version you see in the final production was handled by a variety of different illustrators including , Benjamin Santiago Avila (@BeNji_Sann), Sam Miller (@probfakeblonde), and Vivienne Medrano (@VivziePop). Below is the work that i did for the cannon version before it was handed off to others to finish for the official production.


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that cruise ship that is part of the hotel reminds me of the titanic

Really cool concept!

That cruise ship that's part of the hotel gives me a KND vibe.

This is incredible. It looks like something out of 'Welcome to Night Vale'. I can't imagine how long this must have taken given the sheer size and amount of detail. Really cool

Credits & Info

4.76 / 5.00

Nov 2, 2019
12:45 PM EDT
File Info
4500 x 6902 px
30.9 MB

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