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Shootout in Town Square by povorot Shootout in Town Square by povorot
A piece from one of my final projects - a world-building project for a landscape and environment class. (The context? Kal-Tuhn gangsters make their escape from a water robbery.)
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OblivionJunkey94 Apr 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
How do you color youre amazing art?
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:icondarwin-king:
So where's the water they stole? Did they maybe have some accomplices that stole the water tower with a giant truck, and these guys were there to shoot down any feds that showed up?
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omnicogni Mar 3, 2012   General Artist
These rebels are great, although they remind me Birrins.
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Tarturus Feb 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This seems like an interesting setting you've made here.
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zypherax Jan 21, 2012  Student General Artist
ah, I am looking back at these pieces now, and I cannot help but knotice the similarities between these tripods and those of 'Prophet'! was one project an offshoot from the other?

if so, this project you have created here might serve as some sort of a ...prequel?... or, a 'companion'?.... of Prophet, or perhaps could be included in an issue of the comic at some point? if, of course, that would even begin to make sense, or is at all relevant to the story...

even so, I do hope you find the time to expand upon this project at some point, as I quite like it!
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:icondanielheard:
Love the woven Andean caps worn by the Kal-Tuhn.
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Glitterboy2098 Jul 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
"A being walks down the street in that hat, people know he's not afraid of anything" :)
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:icondarwin-king:
Damn straight!
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:iconpovorot:
Thanks, man - I like to draw a lot from existing cultures to inform my critters (as opposed to just video games and shitty movies, which seem to sadly inform a lot of people's work).
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