Honestly, I can't help but picture this as a video game setting, myself. I always love when game-art has a cell-shaded feel to it, and Sci fi is my favorite design sandbox. Well, at any rate you've sparked an idea for a game in my mind - depending on where my current projects take me, I might just follow up on its (by the time I get around to it) decade-old brainchild. Depends where I end up a decade from now, though - I certainly won't have the resources to sink into this sort of project any time soon. 3d games add more than just the one degree of complexity to everything.
This is a really nice job! Please if you don't mind, would you like if we put this in a Resource Pack from our group. Credits will be fully provided in our credits folder and we will link you to the pack once it is finished.
That. Is absolutely gorgeous. So realistic! And I like the lone guy standing on top of the building by the jet. This looks totally wonderful! ^^ Very deserving of a DD! Now I have to go and see what else you've got. Awesome job, attackvector!
Hell ya. the most outstanding architechual piece I've seen yet. this is really neat. I like the angle its shown from. plus, I also just like the vibe and style it has over all. very breath taking for such a small part of a city scape. which I think is hard to do. This is inspiring to me.
I don't usually fave a daily, but this one really impressed me. the unexpected style of art, as well as the rendering were really unexpected, though the background is a little bit too colorful, which distract the eye from the man (main topic?).
Anybody here seen Star Wars Episode 2? This looks like the city Anakin and Obi-Wan were in when they were chasing that weird spy chick or whatever she was. I've forgotten a lot of things about those movies...