More from the Greek God Neonmob set that never was.
Rest in pieces, old friend.
5 months ago
I need to see more of this. Looks really good! do you have more in this set?
your art style is so uniquely badass @Justin, whose work inspires you?
Whoa! Mind blowing!@#$
Damn, so so much awesome in this. Make a set of prints, I would buy all of them!
Wow, need it on Neonmob asap ;)
Great color composition and light. I am wondering: texture (noise) in Photoshop or purely in Illustrator or none of that?
awesome, I was hoping wed see more of these
btw, how do you draw in this style, do you model in 3d or just "by eye"?
Yes!!! is good...
Really awesome work!
Oh, man. Far too many to count. Really, film in general is such an inspiration. Love creating stories to go along with the more narrative pieces.
The texture is all handled in Photoshop.
I just sort of eye it—probably pretty erroneously :)
Thanks a bunch for the insight Justin! (Now I have to figure out if "block in" the shapes for the gradients in Illustrator or do all in PS ...)
Beautiful! Any chance of a wallpaper-sized version?
wow! Very nice job man!
Good grief this is awesome, Justin.
@Justin Mezzell Turn this into a children's book.
I'm bummed to hear this won't make it onto Neonmob :(, this would have made an excellent set! Was there more pieces created? If so, have any plans on releasing them as well?
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