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Author Comments

Mhm... hm.


Absolutely stunning! I was speechless when i first lay my eyes upon this masterpiece! I liked how you used some of your old textures from one of your previous works, Inferno City! Everything here is flawless, and I can't find anything wrong with it. The distant, menacing constructions, the anonymous soldier/robot in him armor and the Toxic Fumes all create a feeling of... despair and loneliness. Epic piece of work, VerdRage! You are now one of my favorite artists! Keep up the good work!

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VerdRage responds:

I'm very glad to read this. You have my world - I will. ;)

Oh this is so cool! I really like the buildings in the background and nice smoke. And ofcorse I like the robot aswell. So just generally great work on this painting! Is this suppoused to be a critical view of society? Like a futureistic pictyure of a world full of toxic where you have to walk around with gear to not breathe in the toxic gas? Or do I just interperate it my own way? X)

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VerdRage responds:

Thank you for your appreciation! You're right - first it should be only nice pic but when I finished it I thought also this way. You need armor with gas filters and gun to defend yourself from them, city is detroyed, because we, as mankind, destroys everything we can but city is not empty - it's filled with people - toxic gas. Just my own thinking about this one... x]

I agree! :O

Absolutely yes. Amazing!

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Credits & Info

4.48 / 5.00

Aug 10, 2012 | 5:27 PM EDT
File Info
1366 x 2056 px
561 kb

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