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Title: Cyberpunk VetStation/Apartment
“I’ve started this artwork as DiNusty Cyberpunk challenge, but didn’t manage to finish it on time. For a while it gathered dust on the hard drive and now I finally decided to publish it. The room layout is based on Raul Rosell concept art, but the content and the idea to create a mix of apartment and artisanal vet station are my own
In the cyberpunk world I wanted to show, most of the animals are extinct, and those remained ones are homeless and struggling for their survival on city streets. Also, let’s imagine that mere mortals can’t grow any plants on their own, it’s illegal; this privilege is given only to large corporations. So, considering such world with such laws, I tried to imagine an apartment resident, a person, who has a strong desire to help homeless animals and to keep a piece of nature inside his(or her) home
One of the goals for this project was the maximum usage of mesh decals. So, the main forms are super simple, the most of the details are made with decals and materials”
Every so often I remember that Outlander was originally a Doctor Who self-insert fanfic
God I can’t believe that The Knight Before Christmas (2019) gave us the Jamie McCrimmon content we deserved
The new form of man.
Look it was coming a long time. More and more people use bionics maybe out of necessity maybe because they had to. Either way, people changed. So we had to update our view of what is human. Of better said how we are.
A little sneak peek of the game interface 👀
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Green Aesthetic in Lana Wachowski’s ‘The Matrix’ (1999)
The green tint is used for the scenes inside the Matrix, to transfer the feeling of being inside the program, whilst the real world gets a more realistic tone.
“Blade Runner,” Ridley Scott’s visionary 1982 dystopian noir, is a movie with a mystique that now outstrips its reality. It’s a film of majestic science-fiction metaphor, beginning with its opening shot: the perpetual nightscape of Los Angeles in 2019, the smog turned to black, the fallout turned to rain, the smokestacks blasting fireballs that look downright medieval against a backdrop of obsidian blight. “Blade Runner” wasn’t the first — or last — image of a desiccated future, but it remains one of the only movies that lets you feel the mechanical-spiritual decay. There’s a touch of virtual reality to the way we experience it, sinking into those blackened textures, reveling in the details (the corporate Mayan skyscrapers, the synthetic sushi bars, the Times Square meets Third World technolopolis clutter), seeing an echo of our own world in every sinister facet.
- Owen Gleiberman ‘Blade Runner’: The Sci-Fi Movie That Became a Geek Metaphor for Art
August 15 2134
I wish I could tell you what I am, but at the moment I’m not quite sure. Because right now, I don’t even know my own name. I have a head full of memories, but I know they’re not mine. I don’t think the same way as the person these memories belong to, but I look the same. I have memories of school that I never attended, friends I never had, and a war I never fought in.
Inquisitorial Stormtrooper Veteran
Inktober 2020 Days 15 and 16
I really like how the space dog came out, I wish I knew how to do a perspective like that again on purpose.
Scott is joined by Max to discuss The Terminator One Shot, Marvels issue 1 and the DC Rebirth special
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