an alternative biblical title could be Leviticus or something
Your pictures, especially the sci-fi ones, are really ultra awesome. Great use of color, scale, and darkness.
You are one of my favourite artists, man. This one in particular is sick
I like to picture this thing creeping around distant wastelands at night, its blue lights clearly visible to perimeter patrols. Never travels more than within a mile of the city border, whichever city that may be, but everyone's created their own story about what it is and what it does.
Cool piece Chris.
Your style continues to amaze me. Keep at it. Damn.
Wow! This is so awesome! Amazing work!
probably the best title you could have chosen! instant
that's huge, tremendous
That could be for example 23rd centurys Noah's Ark - the water from the planet is long gone and now it's time for the rest to go into nothingness and this is the Ark which will take the last remnants of the place with it going god knows where..... I guess the little one in the front is our new Noah
What an epic and unique look and it doesn't have to float if its serving the same purpose!
One of these days...I shall steal you and make you draw artsu for me! +_+
This sounds really similar to a book I read once about a crazy fan who kidnaps a writer and cuffs him in the bathroom
...it doesn't fill me with hope. It looks like it might have destroyed a civilisation to recreate that of it's creators. Sorry that's the story I get from it. Brilliant scene
it's interesting and would serve the same purpse, particularly in the world it is in.
oh wow... this looks epic.. my compliments
O-O that is amazing. I wouldn't know weather to say "fuck my life" or "sweeeeeeet" :3
You actually made Noah's Ark look much better <3
Maybe it's a reverse Noah's Ark...meaning, walking through a barren landscape devoid of water, the water is kept inside the huge metal behemoth in order to sustain the life inside, rather than out?
That's close to the truth. It is supposed to sustain life inside of it. In the story it gathers whatever life is left on the planet (plants, worms, even some microorganisms) and uses it in some genetic experiments, but the reasons and outcomes are unknown.
Dude this is the exact thing I was asking for when I was talking about a story. You should have told me to look in the comments or something...
So there's a story behind it? Where can I read more? If possible.