If I had to summarize the work of NEDLOG into a single short phrase, it would have to be: Structural Detail. Take a good look at NEDLOG’s work in full res (right-click, “open image in new tab”). First off, their images are pretty massive. Second off, every single aspect of each image is intricate to the bone. I do not know exactly how NEDLOG achieves that look of chaotic metal, but if it is done in a similar way to how Redjuice does some of their artwork, then some twisting and warping of 3-D models must be involved. Of course, it is not detail alone that makes NEDLOG the amazing artist that they are; their gritty textures and restrained color schemes compliment their mechanical subject matter very nicely.
I personally love how NEDLOG plays around with abstract. Sometimes their work is entirely abstract, while at other times their work contains a solid character — but one that is so enveloped in abstract surroundings that it is easy to miss them. This factor pulls at my curiosity while preserving the mystery of each new piece by NEDLOG.
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