The Steel Gear Stable film director is exhibiting off a ton of brand name new MGS artwork
Steel Gear Stable had its 31st anniversary earlier this month. July 13, 1987 was the discharge date of the unique Steel Gear on NES. It has been a wild and often-extremely-confusing trip.
Jordan Vogt-Roberts is the director of the upcoming MGS film, and he is paying tribute to the enduring online game sequence with a gentle rollout of brand name new artwork. Vogt-Roberts is sharing 31 items of “never-before-seen nano-machine-infused-artwork” on Twitter. There’s some fairly unimaginable stuff right here.
The gathering is not accomplished but. We’re solely 13 days into the 31-day digital artwork gallery. Nonetheless, it is price sharing the progress to date. It is one thing Steel Gear Stable fan are gonna need to try.
It is all within the gallery under. Peruse at your leisure like a stodgy artwork museum-goer. “Ah, the brushwork actually elicits the interior strife that is tearing Stable Snake aside.” Or “Hmm, this use of adverse area is a gutsy portrayal of the sequence’ overarching Nietzschean themes.” Or “This artwork is nice.” And so forth.
We’ll examine again in a pair weeks with the complete assortment. Till then, listed below are the picture credit of their respective order:
[Image credits: Nick Foreman, Eddie Del Rio, Ben Mauro, Dennis Chan, Jakub Rozalski, Lap Pun Cheung, Maciej Kuciara, Ignacio Bazan Lazcano, Joe Peterson, Ben Mauro, Lap Pun Cheung, Jakub Rozalski, Eddie Del Rio]