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August 29, 2004
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15 - Cyber Dungeon Quest by Wolfe-GTP 15 - Cyber Dungeon Quest by Wolfe-GTP
Where to begin....

Ok, the idea for this project came to me when searching through my collection of images and finding this famous image by M.C.Escher. He's well known for these works of perspective. I decided it would be fun to apply a "Blame!" theme to it. Little did I know when I first started Toha Industries was actually like this, so that just made the whole image sweeter. Anyway yeah, only took something like 20 hours to do > _<, and it only has 72 layers :P. It doesn't have as much detail as I would like, but i'm getting to that point where I just wanna push it out and don't wanna spend more time on detail. I suppose I should explain the lack of faces, well there's two reasons: 1) I cannot draw faces, especially really small ones. 2) Escher's work didn't have faces :P. And also as a side note, this is my first CG image with my new imprint on it signifying it is mine. the Kanji in the middle is 'Ookami' = Wolf (BTW my initial's are TWS ;) ).

I'll end this by dedicating this to the Blame! Fan Club to which I am now a member of.

(c) Characters - Tsutomu Nnihei
(c) General Background Idea - M.C.Escher
(c) Art - Me
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Nice thing!
AsianCloud May 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am speechless. It's just brilliant, thank you for sharing.
Wolfe-GTP May 6, 2010   Photographer
You think so? Thanks, it's one of my oldest deviations that still gathers more attention than anything else I do haha. Maybe I should redo it some day.
omg this is awsome ^^
XD hahahaha! This is so original! I'm loving it. :]
He, very good one. Never thought about it, but blame! is perfect for escheric works... :) Too bad that with so many enemies Killy will turn the background into a wasteland with a couple of shots... ;p
And I love how they looks chibified due to size restrictions.

It would have needed some more textures, and the safeguards aren't aligned with their own perspective, but it's a good one all things considered
Wolfe-GTP Sep 22, 2004   Photographer
yeah I knew about the safe guards, problem is I didn't have a scanner at the time, so I had to draw them from scratch with the point to point ink tool which is always a pain. Textures, indeed, I agree completely. Again tho, i'm limited to all the perspectives, to have something slimy running down the wall one way will not look right in a different perspective. But alas it's done :P. Thanx for stopping by ^.^.
You're welcome :)
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