New Apollo Justice design here!
"The last hand is about to be played. You’ll need a trump card to make it… The card you have chosen is magical. Use it wisely and the game is yours."
This is an illustration I did for the August 2014 issue of Popular Science Magazine. The assignment was to show a scifi take on human aging in the future. I wanted to do something relatively positive, so I drew a lady whose life has been been prolonged through cybernetic enhancements and augmentation, so she gets to spend time with her great-great-great-great grandchildren.
Thanks to AD Michelle Mruk!
Wonderful! You have a lot of talent!
I reblogged this before, but I’m gonna reblog again. I like this picture a lot, how it mixes the human/nature side with the technology side in a way that’s really positive. Cyborg great-great-great-great-grandma looks awesome.
Please don’t remove the artist’s credit link, thanks. (・∀・)ﾉ
Feenie in glasses is so smexy looking…
I think the random car is what made me laugh the most.
Imagine you’re driving that car. Maybe you just got off work, or maybe you just finished some errands and are heading home. The radio is on your favorite station and you relax as you listen to it, eager to go home and rest.
Then you spot someone standing on the sidewalk just a bit ahead of you. Huh, that’s weird… isn’t that tuxedo rather fancy and expensive-looking? What would he be doing wearing it out here? You get closer and can make out a top hat and a cape. Okay, that’s definitely weird. The top hat is plausible because maybe he’s just SUPER DUPER fancy, but a cape? Does anyone wear capes?
Finally, you pass him. You can make out a mask on his face. What would he need a mask for? Is he going to some SUPER DUPER fancy masquerade party? Wait, then why was he holding a cat? Wouldn’t the cat’s hair get the tuxedo dirty? What kind of masquerade ball is this?
Although the masked man soon disappears into your rearview mirror, he haunts you for the rest of your life.