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Highway Altercation by povorot Highway Altercation by povorot
A piece from one of my final projects - a world-building project for a landscape and environment class.
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:iconssiddharthaa:
I love the storytelling and the interaction of your crazy designs with a realistic human.
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:iconpovorot:
Thanks man! I try!
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Arcas-Art Feb 9, 2012  Professional General Artist
I REALLY like high-tech/low tech contrasts like this. A very cool piece... and I dig the aliens' body language, too.
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WatcherInThePuddle Dec 8, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is that a child on top?
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SoggyPorridge Sep 20, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love how the cart has hover tech yet is still pulled by a beast of burden.
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elsarose Aug 4, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Perfect storytelling in an image. Even the pose of the animal in the harness is spot on. Love the desert colours too.
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DarthFurg May 14, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
so cool! what medium is this?
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:iconpovorot:
Well, the linework is ink and nib, and the color is all digital.
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DarthFurg May 16, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
oh cool, thanks
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:iconlabgnome:
This whole thing is amazing, I love the Kal-Tuhn (I'm assuming that's what they're called from the other piece) "pentapods". They have a distinctive look from the humans, and amphorians, yet still "fit". They aesthetics are amazing. Did you have any specific intention behind the "pentapod" anatomy? Were they 5-fold radially symmetric that evolved "secondary" bilateral symmetry, or was it something else like a tail-to-leg or limb-fusion evolutionary development?

I like the mix of human and alien, and high and low tech. It makes me thing of some picture I've seen from developing nations, where there will someone on a cell-phone on an ox-driven cart.
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