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Also probably the constant fog and subsequent wetness.
Also parking right next to a highway where dirt and junk is constantly being blown at the front of the car by passing traffic.
Also having a bunch of moss in between the highway and the car, which over time has resulted in the front of my car taking on a green, grass-stain color.
Also having to park under a bunch of trees with a bunch of birds that just love to shit all the time.
Basically in terms of places to park your car where the environment will take a toll, where I park is second only to actually parking in the ocean, or maybe a volcano. Or possibly that tree from Jurassic Park.
Slightly off-topic but my first reaction here was, 'Just how many films have the budget to have high end concept art, but also have their female characters go around topless save for suspenders concealing their nipples??'
has this guy only seen images of women on 4chan
I mean what movie would this work in? The ones in his mind where all the women have no proper clothing available?
According to his website, it's for his "cyberpunk personal project", so yes.
Also the other images for it seem to show other women that also appear to be future strippers with guns (and are even more NSFW).
Which is dumb and shallow, but not unusual for "the internet's idea of concept art". If he'd titled the tutorial just like, 'cyberpunk pinup painting' or whatever I'd just kinda roll my eyes and be like, 'whatever'. But labeling it as if it would ever apply to a real, actual, non-imaginary film- especially when he's got real credits on real movies (X:Men: DOFP and Guardians of the Galaxy)- makes it doubly disappointing. If it was a tutorial about the work done on those movies, or something in a similar vein, I'd be all over it...but something that might only come in handy if someone decides to do a dark and gritty $200mil reboot of Barbarella, doesn't excite me all that much.