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Steamphunk

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Wanted to do something more steampunkish. This one's kind of simple, but I spent most of the time on the design of the airship (and it still came out really ugly!)

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Amazing!

May I ask what program/Art technique you used to make this? I want to start doing graphical art but im useless with pen + paper :3

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I would give it a ten but it missed the point. Steampunk should be much clunkier.

Stunji responds:

You shouldn't be so closed minded. Steampunk is a wide genre and is extremely subjective. Thank you for the 9, but try to open your horizons.

Steamphunk

Vary cool disine but what i think is that theres to much open space. you could make more ships coming or other ships attacking but what i really recomend is adding more bildings around they tower. other wise this whole thing looks cool.

-Everrydogdeath
(Caboose)

I love the airship!

The whole thing is great, but my favourite part is the airship. The body is like a modern attack helicopter, but with a big balloon. I wouldn't say it's ugly, just utilitarian. The tower at the riverbend is a really cool image as well!

Captivating

I would have expected someone would need to be around 25 - 30 to be capable; but you shatter that preconception, very impressive.

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Stunji
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4.77 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 28, 2009
8:07 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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1200 x 674 px
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134.4 KB
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  • Daily 4th Place June 29, 2009

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