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Reviews for "Illuminate my soul"

"The Colossus 68 wanders the dying Earth in search for the Little 1 so they may unite into 69."

well...

Implied technical complexity with the clever usage of shade, shapes, exposed cabling. And that number only adds character, eh?
The profile of this ugly thing nearly made me burst into tears of joy...
Except these bloody eyes. And piss poor poetry (no offense, hey?).
Next time, I'd recommend you to leave out the comments.
They ain't welcome.
And try picturing this mongrel without his snap-on-gay-glitter-eyes-thingy, it's not just a matter of taste.

Shadow...

Hooo wow. Love it! If there was going to be a Shadow of the Colossus 2 (Which there will never be) then I'd want you to make the Colossi.

Very nice

And once again i have found a nice art piece here, its a goodpiece that shows your effort, and you really went out of your way, i may have a few ideas for some slight change later though. Well i have to say this was pretty fantastic, it had a realistic feel, and the "DARK" feel of it really seemed to work out in that aspect of things aswell, so nice job all around here, I think a close up shot of some soldier would be nice like hiding in the fields, or something to show more battle situations. and so-on And to end this review, i will comment that i was pleased with all you did here, you created something good here and it was a unique and something differant wich i liked.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
So some slight changes could go here but not to take away from your direction either but once in awhile its nice to change a few things if needed ofcourse so i have a few possible ideas that you should think about. So some more characters more people running and maybe even a close up shot of someone hiding in the fields of some sort.

There is a certain sorrow in all the destruction and chaos, of the pain of war, there is that sense of a vague hope, the inner glimmer that when truly needed, will be called upon to aid those who will lift the world back to strength it once knew, in a time of peace. It seems to me that the clouds need to be just a bit darker, to help empower the sense of hopelessness and war-power. But this is still a very evocative piece.