The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers

The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers

Joseph Cross was one of the very first artists we featured here on Fine Art, back before it was even known as Fine Art. In the three years since we last saw his work he's left EA for Bungie.

Some of these pieces are from his work on Destiny (one you'll even recognise from the recent alpha), others are robots and soldiers that I wish were in Destiny.

You can see more of Joseph's work at his personal site and ArtStation page.


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The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers
The Soldiers Of The Future Are Very Sharp Dressers

Comments

    "Bean counters didn't think a soldier's life was worth 300 grand." --Lucius Fox

    Looks very cool, but why is the head always covered by a bright weak point indicating color? Frivolous in a real life combat scenario? Is that a right use of the word frivolous?

      No...?

        Why not? This the process of learning.

        I wanted to say not very practical, then thought there has to be a better word for it.

          Sorry, my response wasn't particularly helpful. While your use of 'frivolous' wasn't grammatically incorrect, I don't think it was what you meant, as you say, you wanted to say 'not very practical' whereas frivolous means light hearted, not serious or thoughtless. I actually think 'impractical' would have been the perfect word to use in this situation. Or even downright 'ill-conceived'.

    I can't tell if those helmets are real or not.....but god damn do they look good.

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