Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata: Maracatte

Hyung-Tae Kim, Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata


I was scanning images for a web site layout, and thought I'd post them here too. The scans came from my Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata artbook.

This particular scan is of Maracatte, a country rich in natural resources and one of the most wealthy countries in Efferia. Maracatte is ruled by aristocrats and is a center of modern society filled with the latest fashion and most up to date technology.

Greed and avarice are King and Queen of Maracatte. This has led to a large divide between wealthy and poor. The aristocrats have been able to take refuge during an attack by the Yason, leaving the commoners to fend for themselves. (It's not a very friendly place to live, if you ask me.)

The landscape illustrations are by In-Jung Jang, but there is no category for that artist.

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  1. Sallyf322 May 28, 2006

    Is it just me, or does Maracatte have an Arabian influence in its designs? The way I see it, the plants, environment and architecture remind me of Aladdin XD

  2. Elesiel Oct 17, 2006

    heh it reminds me of the desert city of Morroc in RO

  3. zaruki Oct 31, 2009

    Thanks so much for sharing this scan! ^^

  4. gerykhan Nov 30, 2009

    Thanks for posting amazing stuff...

  5. Rob-Rauska Dec 07, 2009

    very nice thanks for sharing :P

  6. zylfairy Mute Member Jan 23, 2010

    Thanks for sharing this scan. This is a wonderful job by this artist.

  7. Vituh Jan 25, 2010

    Very nice, thanks for scan!

  8. lelakijantan Jun 05, 2010

    awesome! thanks for sharing!

  9. puch9 Jul 22, 2010

    wow este paisaje esta bien padre

  10. Gunther73 Mar 21, 2011

    Very nice, thanks for scan!

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