Fine Art: Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty

Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty

Mech pilots of the future, remember: you don't always need to drape your killing machines in drab, depressing paint schemes. Don't be afraid to splash a little colour around!

If you're worried about attracting the enemy's eye, remember: this is the future! It's all about radar and targeting computers. So if you want a candy-cane-coloured mech, then damn it, go out and make it so.

These pics are all the work of Kirill Leonov, an artist based in Russia. You can see more of Kirill's stuff at his ArtStation page.

Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists, showcasing the best of both their professional and personal portfolios.

Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty
Killing Machines Can Still Be Pretty

Comments

    Uh...colourful mech have been a mainstay of the genre since Macross, Gundam...even Mazinger went for colour rather than anything muted.

      Exactly, most of the drab and colourless mechs have come from American entertainment.

        At least Battletech has the eye burningness that are the Solaris ArenaMechs.

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