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Forgotten World Schwanstein

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Inspiration for this little project came from an image of Yuri Shwedoff. Of course many different wallpaper sizes are available for download again. Other images with a different core element and mood are going to follow.

Wallpaper (widescreen and normal sizes) available here: gtgraphics.de/wallpapers/forgo…

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:star::star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

"Having left the ruins of Egypt, the Knight makes his way through the north of Africa and crossed to Iberia, landing on the former nations of Portugal and Spain, now called Lusa and Hispania. From there, he crosses the Pyrenees and reaches the wastelands of Gaul. Known as France in ages past, this region suffered immensely throughout the centuries prior to the Great Destruction. By the time the Knight arrives to a place called Mont Saint-Michel, the sea has long since forsaken the island, leaving the wanderer to gaze upon the darkness of rock and sand as he prepares to brave the castle and uncover his slumbering secrets..."

You've done it again, friend. I particularly like how dismal and dreary it looks compared to your previous pic, as if the situation grows bleaker for the Knight and the stricken Earth the deeper he ventures into the ruins of the world. Surrounded by desolation, one turns to the uneasy twilight at the center, knowing full well it'll soon be consumed by darkness. The birds flying away are a most telling detail: the lifelessness that grips this area couldn't be clearer if you spelled it out in neon. Keep up the awesome work.