Like Andrew Ryan of the game Bioshock, I pictured a city of bold and inventive individuals, living for no higher authority but themselves, reaching skywards.
Stupid question: This IS on the seafloor, right? It's kind of unclear to me. Also, you misspelled Babylon. Now, on to better commentary....
Now, the next Bioshock, after Burial At Sea and the necessary sequel to Infinite, really should be in space, whether a space station or a moon-base. The 50's Raygun Gothic motif is the obvious style, and the Cold War gives enough of a premise(nothing else comes to mind at the moment). I haven't really thought of much else, though.
Late 1800's? I'll admit I thought of an underground city as well, but how would that work? And as for the style, Infinite did Steampunk already....
I'm missing a LOT of information, as much as I 'research,' and it's hard to keep track of the styles of time periods, given the 20th century and all.
You've certainly got a talent for this particular style, I'll soon visit your gallery, but for now I'm simply in awe. So clean, you certainly achieved the feeling of regal height and space in this poster, which is double impressive as there are no real 3D mechanics involved in the image. Lovely.
I wonder, have you an inclination for commission work?
Thanks SOOO much for sharing! You've certainly inspired me to try new things and boldly design where I've never designed before. ;D Rock on!
P.s. I love Bioshock as well, and it too has inspired me to do some art deco styled work for my polytech class.
och apropå Bioshock så skulle den här bilden passa riktigt bra i Bioshock infinity