Concept Art: The Fall of Tartarus

Tartarus has witnessed the rise and the fall of many civilizations. It has been the cradle and the grave to many a brave and many a sullied. The origins of the warrior race of the NeonGuards is deeply entwined with the history of Tartarus. Once fortified by a thousand turrets and guarded by the NeonBlasters, it is today the land of the scavengers. The secrets of the old trees and the chants of the high priests of Arhat are now lost forever in a background of treachery and revenge.

The priests of Arhat left the planet immediately when the ever greedy MainFramers sent their miners to work in their sacred lands. But long before the collapse of the Mainframe, before the rise of the NeonGuards, before the miners were abandoned, before the shipbuilders of NuyerXelta, the land of Tartarus was the last of Nature’s refuse. It was initiated as a balance to the mechanical world. Nothing of that world exists anymore.

Tartarus is now the graveyard of the forsaken and the home to the lost.

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What is Pixel Art?

Pixel Art is a digital art form where graphics are designed on the pixel level. A pixel is the smallest controllable element of a picture represented on the screen. A pixel is also called a dot or a picture element. A pixel art are similar to traditional art such as cross stitch embroidery and mosaic. Small coloured units are combined to build up a more elaborate picture.

Cubism is similar in technique and style to Pixel Art.

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The Rise of the Monumetals (I)

Aragok stands still. In an overgrown field of TransNexus Dimension 3E. But no sign of the titanium structures remain. Mech City Xion is long dead. And its final guardian, the monumetal, slowly ebbs away into the corroding air of Zelta Sphere 7. A century has gone by but none have returned to the last homeland of the once mighty monumetals. Aragok has lost much and much more will be lost soon. The famed captain of the FinalDefence will soon become part of the NaturesRevenge.

Yet in all these years of waiting and despair, Aragok’s mech angel has never left its side. Mech angels were known to be fiercely loyal and eternal. Their self regenerating spirit fuels their ability to last eons. But due to an ancient code of the Arch of Mekanics, all mech angels are oath sworn to disintegrate at the death of their monumetal.

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Though no hint of the magnificent homeland of the monumetals remain, yet a hologramic disillusion still engages Aragok. The empty fields of TransNexus Dimension still bears the reflection of the abandoned and dismantled Mech City Xion. It exists in suspended animation. A home lost but not yet forgotten.

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It is a typical day at Mech City Xion. The guided Injectors44C flies in to the assembly line carrying Pollov9. The new treaty between Mech City Xion and Planet Mayzone has enabled importing of the much needed metals for an ever expanding city.

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Aragok is still a young monumetal. Naive about the organic world yet well trained in the art of the Mekanics. It is guided and monitored by the ancient elementals. Its mentor, Oron Noon has great hopes for his young protege. Little does he know that it is destined to become the last of the monumetals.

In its glory days Mech City Xion was the monumetal stronghold. A complex so vast and advanced, that it was ranked 134 in the Technixo List for cities likely to last eternity.


Artist: Moon Arun | Brought to life by: Brainpan Studio 

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World Population Day

When we informed the CEO about the World Population Day, he looked perplexed. “World Population Day. What does that even mean?” Saying that he flapped his arms like a wild goose and flew out of the window.

Unlike most Hallmark stained days such as Valentine’s day, mother’s day or boss’s day, World Population Day is as ominous as it sounds. It is not a celebration. It is the ever osculating chime of the old clock. A day to mark our joining numbers and the inevitable demise. The world bulging on its seams. This event  was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989 to raise awareness of the global population issues.

The pale blue dot hangs in dis-balance. Homed by humanity and guided by its never-ending quest. The story of earth was so easily supplanted with the story of humankind. When Man became the master of the world, s/he refused to heed to the signs of nature. Maybe in his/her grandeur, s/he attempted to play god. To create in his/her own image. To surround oneself with a million shards of mirrors that reflects one’s own. Maybe man was scared of the empty space and he stuffed and stuffed and stuffed with echoes of one’s own.

Visualization: Now the world floats in the darkness of the distant stars. On a funereal journey across the vast unknown. Held in a death grasp by 7.3 billion people and carried by the evil stork. The pale blue dot hangs in our mercy and we are in a bunch tied in a knot.

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Creating Worlds: Concept Art

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Imagine: Post World Pillaging

Visualize: The decree of Corvus Noon was promulgated in the seven spheres of Xelta9. All dissent to the Vacca Proclamation was swiftly and cruelly put down. The ancient magic of the high priests of planet Rhoden was no match for Lazarus, the destroyer of worlds. Shadow Mercenaries roamed through the dying planets collecting war trinkets.

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Visualizing Worlds: Concept Art

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Imagine: The first interaction

Visualize: Destiny lands at planet XZBRN 32. Lack of oxygen has forced the humanoids to search for distant planets. The narrative of  the  first interaction. Between us and them. The habitats born in exuberance. And us with the lack. Vegetation that has overtaken most life forms. Nothing sanitized. Nothing without fault. A dichotomy of life.

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Visualizing Worlds: Concept Art

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Imagine: The Wild Wild West

Visualize: As the sun turns horizon yellow, a mysterious man wearing a hat drives a carriage. Leaving a trail of smoke. A pipe in his mouth and the vast expanse of sand.

Implement: Gradient shades

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Visualizing World: Conceptual Art

Concept: Post apocalyptic world | Background study

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Imagine: Post Apocalyptic Tidal War

Visualize: Loss of ground mobility. The giant moon has swept the massive deserts into tidal storms. Skeleton structures like marooned ships stand as the final outpost and fueling station for Moon City 9. The fear of the mushroom cloud hangs heavy above the ground.

Implement: Line Art> Photoshop using pan tablet> moon brushes> greyscale> colour> light

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Artist: Moon Arun | Brought to life by: Brainpan Studio 

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