I am honestly speechless. The visual quality of this art is amazing, and it looks as if I am actually gazing upon Simon and Marceline from the top of a pile of junk. The effect of the light shining through the gaps in the clouds are awesome, and you obviously have a good perception of shadows relating to that. The plumes of smoke were drawn magnificently, I commend you for that. The city ruins were breath-taking, it leaves me to wonder what city it was. Also, the size resemblance is good, such as Marceline being much shorter than Ice King, their sizes also being compared to the sizes of the roads and the fragments of cars. This is truly wonderful artwork.
This is one amazing piece. The best Simon and Marcy moment I've seen so far. Those details, colors, style, scenery, and the vastness of this are all so alluring especially the way this looks almost as close as the real show yet in my opinion has that touch of something that makes it look better. The characters really standout with that sunlight acting like a spotlight while the atmosphere brings out the emotion here. It's as though the world at end is just right in front of me. Though the ray of light and their gesture suggests a ray of hope for them. It's both captivating and inspiring. A very marvelous piece indeed.
Very awesome! The atmosphere and little details are great abd really gives the feeling of both dread and hope. I would have fogged up/lowered the contrast of the middle-ground a bit more, though, so it looks more in the distance. I had a hard time realizing at first that Marcy and Simon were not looking at a pile of mini buildings. Congrats on the DD!
I like this show! Although I never managed to see this episode, I remember when Marceline tries and fails to help Simon remember who he was, and that episode where the video diary records his slow descent into madness and explains his inner need for a 'princess' to love... Ah, AT, you so crazy.