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You've heard the phrase, and maybe you've seen the cover, but what does the full illustration look like? It looks like Afropunk retrowave, that's what. Tumo Mere has made another classic.
The long distant and silent Ida, the Shroud, is almost finished. With a splash of color two different color concepts are here. Which will become the final path for the Shroud?
The silent mech, Ida Shroud, continues to be sculpted. What do the early stages of this stealth mech look like? Come check out the latest concept sketch from Enmanuel Martinez!
Not everything in Nature is friendly, oh no, there are monsters within the forests of Garuda. With an inescapable grip and a cavernous maw, the Nandi Bear stands as one of the most feared.
Not all mechs are about raw firepower or close combat. Some Ida's prefer a more subtle approach. Come witness the beginning concept sketches for the stealth mech, Ida "Shroud".
Some monsters on Tikor are too nasty to take on face to face. Meet the Ida "Barrage", a walking weapons platform that gets the job done from a distance the enemy can't detect.
The color concept comes into view on the Ida "Barrage" mech. What does the first swipe of color look like for this long-range destroyer? Awesome, that's what.
The deserts of Vinyata provide a unique challenge in terms of exploration and defense. The Kingdom of Ramnos has a new machine to combat the sands. The Matan R-2 Walking Tank.
The rise of the Ida "Barrage" is almost here as Enmanuel cleans up the sketch to perfection. The black & white clean lineart for the Barrage is here and it looks SO good.
The construction of the Matan R-2 continues as artist Enmanuel Martinez unveils the second stage of the Ramnos walking tank.
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