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Steampunk Monster Hunter by ILJackson Steampunk Monster Hunter by ILJackson
"Many people like to think of monster hunters as strapping young men with their own personal arsenal. Those lads are around, but not for long. You see, you can't be stronger, or faster, than these abominations, but you can be smarter." -- Professor Reginald Godwin, Expert on Lycanthropy, Vampirism and Other Common Bloodborne Maladies.
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:iconlukelombard:
This is masterful, and the vague figure in the tank combined with the aged photo effect creates a palpable sense of "wrongness".
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ILJackson Apr 22, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! As I worked on it, the image gave me a slightly unsettling impression, so I just went with it and trusted my gut. Originally it was a much cleaner, more defined image.
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storm-bunny Aug 26, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Ah yes :) The Intelligent monster hunter... Quite rare, but superbly effective :) Great render as well. I like all the random books on the ground ;)
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:iconkithsakhai:
cool idea, the tank looks like the one from Dune (old movie vers.)
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:icondjomally:
i love it man!!!!!! Steampunk has always been a favorite look of mine.
are you gonna do anymore scenes like this? maybe a battle between the monster hunter and his most trying Hunt?
that would be epic man :P
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ILJackson Aug 26, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
definitely going to do a steampunk fight scene. I kind of have this concept of someone on a cliff with a pistol or rapier looking up at a super gigantic clockwork monster that's so big it's fading into the distance.
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:icondjomally:
sounds awesome man
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Blades-123 Aug 26, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Superb, atmospheric work. Great "quote" too!
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