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2B - Nier: Automata

2B - Nier: Automata

2B - Nier: Automata by ZaronNitro
2B - Nier: Automata by ZaronNitro

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ZaronNitro
The First of the three Main Protagonists from Nier: Automata.

It took me exactly 1 year to fully complete Nier: Automata, and every step of the way - from beginning to the very end - was an amazing experience filled with emotions and non-stop adrenaline. I can safely say that this game has become one of my favourite games of all time: from the flawless gameplay, fantastic world, cripping story, well defined characters, and the godlike music to top it off.

It was an experience that I certainly won't forget anytime soon.

Although this took a little while to complete, I am overjoyed with the finished artwork of 2B. For this drawing, I decided to show her left eye - as she usually wears her blindfold throughout most of the game - so that I could grasp her determined expression more clearly. Additionally, I opted not to include her weapons, such as her Katana, as I couldn't get the correct angle for their positions. However, I may return to this piece or do a follow-up piece at some point in the future to include her weapons.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy!

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Category Games » - Other Game Not Listed Media Ink or markers
Date Submitted Time Taken 4 Hours
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RubidiumHawk on March 14, 2018, 3:21:05 AM

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RubidiumHawkI've yet to find time to play it myself. Visually your piece looks amazing, traditional art is always something I love seeing these days. It's a bit of a rarity!

ZaronNitro on March 14, 2018, 7:38:59 PM

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ZaronNitroThank you ever so much!!! I'm glad you like it! :D

I definitely recommend you give the game a go when you get the chance, it'll certainly be worth your time. :)

I admit, I've sometimes wondered in the past if I should give digital art a go, but I've always felt confortable doing it traditional and never felt the need to change over. There is also a unique charm with traditional art that you don't tend to see with digital art.