This looks deceptively simple, at first. But on closer inspection, there's a lot going on in the background: things blowing through the air/falling off the crumbling buildings caused by the flying machines' engine thrust, walker-mechs on the ground, and she's has little puddles of dirty water all around her with reflections and awesome lighting effects. Also, I love the perspective. It's not so much forced, but I get a good sense of distance from the woman to all the stuff behind her. Very cool work. Again, epic. ;^]
Mio dio!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How amazing!!!!!!!!!!! The detail!!! I thought this was actually happening!!! Oh and how magnificent the shading is!!!! It's litterally as if you could be living this right now!!!!!!!!! If this would have a rating it would be off the charts!!!!!!!!!! This is spectactular!!!!!!!!!!!
Words cannot describe the level of awesome that this painting reaches. I love the girl in it, especially her bob / pageboy hairstyle... a style I myself love to wear! And I love her glowing eyes that almost look like they are filled with some incredible power. But when you add a cool girl like her to a truly apocalyptic background like that... you create an artistic legend in the making. The mechs in the background caught my eye too, being an Anime fan as I am. They look like truly devastating weapons! There is not just one thing that is amazing going on here, rather the whole thing IS amazing. I am in awe of this image!
Nacho cada vez que veo lo que hacés pienso: "debe ser el único que le pasa el trapo a los asiáticos". Hablando en serio, tu arte es impresionante. Yo siempre digo que antes los grandes artistas pintaban retratos de reyes o bóvedas de iglesias, y ahora trabajan para compañías de videojuegos o pintan tapas de libros Vos sos uno de esos genios que sólo mejoran y mejoran día a día, sin que nadie los pare. Te felicito por esa constancia y por el éxito que te da.
...Am I the only one who's hearing Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" in their head while looking at this? Either way, fantastic lighting and destructive atmosphere to this whole painting. I love how fierce (and slightly terrifying) the woman looks.