A great little piece I received just today, although my scanner seems to have "erased" an important part of the piece. There's a yellow highlighter sort of "outline" around the upper edges of all of the buildings at the top of the piece, which I believe is meant to be representative of the sunrise over the city.

If this piece is all hand drawn, it's certainly very impressive, and even if not, its execution is great too. The use of only 2 two colors was definitely a great idea, illustrating two different forms of energy, one natural and the other manmade.
Another detail that can't be seen in this scan is the shimmery, glittery effect on the ink's outlines, not easily visible unless the piece is tilted back and forth under a source of light, a great little touch to include in the piece.

If this interests you, let J.A.D. know; he might be willing to send you something similar. :)

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