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4.60 / 5.00

Jan 17, 2011 | 3:31 PM EST
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Think about this, and have your own opinion. It took me a lot of time to draw this.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The End

The dark, silent, and desolate city greeted him. The blood and oil from the man he had fought beside had soaked the ground and stained the walls. Regret and fear gripped him like the claws of some otherworldly beast. The tower had been activated, spelling his doom. A maniacal laugh escaped his lips and broke the silence. The last of his kind and the last one alive, his mind twisted and broken by the fate god had thrown at him, he sat and laughed, the only witness to the end of the world he had once known.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Will the last man scream, or accept his fate?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice

Very much appreciate the colored pencil work. And the blue looks amazing, it looks computer edited, beautiful atmosphere, it really reflects the dark theme.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

My thoughts.

You could say that it is a 'look back' at the statue "The Thinker". The statue that depicts Mans thought, his logic and his ingenuity. However this machine, obviously a construct from Mankinds success, now sees what Mans struggle has lead to, and instead of thinking about a future, to which there is none, the machine can only look back and clasp its face in shame. Perhaps asking itself "If man could create anything with his imagination, why did he create death? Why did he create me?"


Rated 5 / 5 stars

great job on this, love the gritty feeling.

but here's my thought process on this. this A.I. has become sentient and with its new found thinking it goes over its programming to protect human life yet because it's country sent it out to war to kill humans. it is now in an emotional state and thinking how it has been a tool used against its own programming.

completely unrelated to my previous thought process, it looks like you were influenced by the geth and husk from mass effect in this picture.
correct me if im wrong.
(for those who have not played mass effect here are the refrence pics i was thinking about)
*note these are to make a point not to promote another thing*

Sunshaft responds:

Looks like you described it pretty well, but every opinion has some truth in itself.

I was influenced by animated film Nine, then geth, and nanosuit from crysis. but not by husk at all, anyway, it can by great idea to draw something like husk in space or something.