Longtime AC enthusiast and occasional forum poster Taurustrin continues to impress with his highly stylized depictions of Armored Cores, such as in this wallpaper-worthy rendition of White Glint.
You’ll find more of his amazing work below and at his deviantart page.
Resident ecchi artist and Hetalia fan Iraya-Sama is the newest addition to the Raven Republic blogging team. She’ll be in charge of shifting our attention away from giant robots every once in a while through the use of cutesy and oppai!
For her debut piece, she wanted to share a (NSFW!) photomontage of her progression as an artist all the way back from 2003 up to today.
Hint: There is a mistletoe in the picture, look for it and you’ll know where to kiss… Anyway, as RR is slowly trying to be active again, our resident illustrator Trace has made another mind-blowingly awesome rendition of RR’s cover girl Sophie Emilia. Sophie wishes everyone an advanced Merry Christmas! She just keeps looking better and better.
Thanks Trace :D.
Welp, it’s that time of the year. Raven Republic was founded on August 13, 2006. We couldn’t resist posting a new colored Sophie Emilia picture to commemorate this event, drawn and colored yet again by the very talented Trace 02. RR’s cover girl still looks as fresh as ever. With all the events and meetings RR’s members have been through, we all hope to expect RR to stay around much longer.
Happy Birthday RR!
Ever wondered who the little chibi girl on the side of some articles? She’s no other than Sophie Emilia, Raven Republic’s very own covergirl created by none other than our very own Trace. For this summer illustration, Sophie is in the mood for soaking up some rays. Can you tell which AC core part resembles those patterns on her top?
Thanks Trace for creating another wonderful piece. You may want to look at more pictures of the lovely Sophie under the appropriate tag.
Here’s a collection of scanned images from the AC Chronicle Artworks included in the JPN edition of Armored Core Last Raven Portable released earlier this month. The artbook contains stills and scenes from various Armored Core intros, as well as the concept designs for Armored Core 5, and an interview with series director Toshifumi Nabeshima. Hit the jump for the gallery.