I've had this painting done for a while now, but kept putting off uploading it. Well, here it is nonetheless! I hope you enjoy it. A lot of love and attention went into this piece, and I was proud of the result. It tells a bit of a story, which you can interpret on your own.
Edit: A few people have told me that this looks good as a wallpaper. Feel free to use it as such! ^^
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Yeah, kinda similar to what everyone else has said, I imagine the Tallest did eventually come for Earth a few years after the events of the show and Dib and his Dad (and Gaz I would hope) were the only ones to not be killed or captured in the organic sweep. They've probably found a place to reside among the stars and Dib goes undercover on Irk - possibly to search out and free the captured prisoners - or he and his family has allied with a resistance against the Tallest and that's who he's looking to free from prison. Meanwhile his Dad acts as the Wade/Alfred the Butler of the situation, telling Dib about the new gadgets he's equipped him with to help him along in his mission. And perhaps the Tallest have caught on that there's someone suspicious snooping around and are raising alert about it to everyone on Irk. EPIC!!!
The whole picture looks fantastic, but think my favorite part about it is your concept of older Dib and the way you make the Irken skyline look so sleek but eerily uniform. O_O Great job!! New wallpaper!!
Hey! Amigosh, I'm so sorry I never responded to this. It must have gotten lost in my inbox. I just wanted to say that your comment really left an impression and was a pleasure to read. I love getting such deep responses to my work. Being able to elicit involved thoughts and emotions is precisely what I set out to do. You're pretty much on the same page I was during the design process of this piece.
Thank you so much, and I hope to continue to create even greater tributes to this underappreciated series soon.