Eyeball Earth

My vision is augmented
My vision is augmented by Eyeball Earth (@EyeballEarth)

Fanart/concept thing I did quite a while ago. I really enjoyed the Deus Ex games and wondered what JC Denton might look like in a modern remake of the original game, this is the result.

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Posted: Wednesday, 14 June, 2023 @ 06:55 PM
Rating: 5

This is awesome! The detail is amazing, especially the lines and the highlights on the jacket and chest plate. And is that a shoreline reflected in his glasses?

Posted: Friday, 16 June, 2023 @ 10:53 PM

@fragmented_imagination: Thanks! Yes it's the surrounding area reflected in his shades.

Posted: Wednesday, 14 June, 2023 @ 08:59 PM
Rating: 5

I must be one of the ten people on the planet that never actually played Deus Ex (though I did get Invisible War as a freebie with a graphics card—that may or may not say a lot about its shelf-life :P ) but I'm well aware of its legacy. For a Y2K release, it's incredible how expansive the gameplay is, and as per Ross Scott, how it's one of the handful of stories that does a global conspiracy "right". (cough cough Kojima) Given the hoops people have to go through to get it playable on modern systems, I'm surprised the nostalgia carousel hasn't tagged it for a remaster.

So yeah, instant headcanon. :B

Posted: Friday, 16 June, 2023 @ 10:49 PM

@Thorvald: Nice it gets you thinking and yeah, Invisible War was the low point of the series, it became better again after that lol

Posted: Thursday, 15 June, 2023 @ 04:45 AM
Rating: 5

I still love how so detailed this piece looks!

Posted: Friday, 16 June, 2023 @ 10:48 PM

@N0-11: Nice to hear it made an impression.

Posted: Friday, 04 August, 2023 @ 01:22 AM
Rating: 5


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