cyberpunk biker by caitmf1

cyberpunk biker

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Added: Jun 14, 2001
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a painting i did for a comic book spanning some 300 pages which takes place in the past and the future. this is a futuristic law enforcer patrolling his beat in a somewhat totalitarian state.

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Wow! This is absolutely perfect! O_O The colours and everything about it is just ....right! ^_^ *stares*

caitmf1's picture

secret?? the secret to acrylics is to layer em up, aka if u put one layer of acrlyics on it isnt flat, if u put more than one on it dries beter.

caitmf1's picture

the colours were ofset using photoshop, but the original is allright, ill have to upload that one day. the comic was a 300 page painted comic i never got published,. there are pictures on my webpage.

caitmf1's picture

thanks jean pierre. i love cyberpunk and i love anime, being a collector for over 10 years. prefer it to fantasy actually.

caitmf1's picture

thanks, im a huge fan of urs so tahts a nice compliment, i love animes like akira and ghost in the shell, i prefer cyber punk to fantasy any day.so soon ill upload new images.

jade's picture

Well, daaaamn! I wasn't aware your sci-fi stuff was as good as your fantasy stuff (in truth, I didn't even know you did sci-fi). Do this one was a pleasant surprise for me. Well done!

noelmurphy's picture

You can almost hear this picture. I like the way you've used vibrant background neon colours to offset the dark bike. A lot of noise in this picture, but well used. What was the comic?

vengince's picture

This image is powerful and gritty I always like that high tech urban look of those Anime but this is more realistic. Very cool.

caitmf1's picture

hey bashboy, akira inspired the whole cyberpunk phase i was in, but no the bike didnt inspire me in that sense,ive always loved motorbikes as a kid and have done tonnes of drawings and paintings of em.

Guest's picture

Did i say 'Dragon slayer' was the best? How wrong i was, this beats the lot. I've never seen a picture like this so detailed, Well Done!!

Bashman -_-

PS: Did Katsuhiro Otomo's Japanese animated film 'Akira' inspire this brilliant piece?

mcf's picture

yeah, this one has all I like about scifi pictures Smile Mean looking machinery, I just love it!

yifat's picture

oh, this one is diffrent then your usual drawings... I love it, the colors are just beautiful...

Art at its best.