Zone of the Enders


Here's my rendition of the Zone of the Enders Vector Cannon fight stage... @_@ I wish I went with something a bit more dynamic, but then I ended up just wanting to draw clouds and airships and stuff :P So it's hardly a tribute to how AWESOME Zone of the Enders 2 is.

I would totally recommend you play the game if you haven't already :D There's mecha flight combos, tons of in air battles, this one stage where you end up going against a billion enemies at once, taking down 5 giant warships all by yourself, and if that's still not a selling point, I guess I can say it was done by Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear).

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Its a great picture but the game justice needs a little more flair! How about a combat scene for your next peice?? Would love to see it! True fans are hard to come buy these days!

There's a reason Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner is my favorite action game of all time. THIS screams "badass" in every sense possible. I love this piece almost as much as I love playing the game, and this is extremely well done. One small complaint: When Jehuty uses the Vector Cannon, it's supposed to be on the ground. Just thought I would bring that up. Other than that small (and I do mean small) gripe, this is the PERFECT representation of ZOE 2 and the ZOE series as a whole!

That is beautiful dude!! Did you use paints, computer graphics, or both?!

this is awsome

its nice i like it but whats with the ships isnt there sopose to be a comander infront or an army of robots like that one anyways iam just saying but its good


This one i think is the best because when you loo at it it looks like a screen shot from a ps3 game

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Oct 4, 2009
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