.......well, once we figure out how to screw with physics a little bit, too.
Great work, it makes the Sci-fi fan in me do the dance of joy.
I saw your illustrations on Drawcrowd.
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Miquel Baidal Crespo
First off, thanks for enjoying the game!
And yes, I worked at the grasshopper office, so I saw him every time he was in the office (although he was always busy and out and about, so i didn't see him much!)
Heh, that's what I thought though, it must feel awesome to work on his team.
Sorry if I ask too many questions, but how is the overall atmosphere at Grasshopper? Are all workers friendly, artists help each other develop and stuff? Do you know any other concept artists that worked on Killer is Dead or any other of their games?
Thanks in advance for answers
Once again: awesome works on the designs, gonna look up to your other works!
Yeah, a guy called Nomaru Tadaki
he is super talented.. but he does not have a online portfolio unfortunately.. (like many other good japanese concept artists.. weirdly)
Almost makes me wonder why some wealthy n*tjob like Trump hasn't tried to build it yet.
- Maybe beyond his budget
wow, this is so amazing! i could live on there for a year and never get bored!
man...imagine all the fule it would use! it would probably consume around 50,000 gallons a week...unless it was nuclear powered that is.
Great job nonetheless
Indicates a very fertile imagination & great creativity.
but to be honest, no, needs more engines.