Nobody Starves is a new piece of Anthem fan art from @Fleshworks_art over on Twitter. The art has been inspired by a real life Freelancer, who plays Anthem a lot, and is the first in a series according to the Low Sodium Lancers community. Check out Nobody Starves below and read on for more details.

The real life Freelancer this art was inspired by is Elendel19, at least that’s what they’re calling themselves on Twitter. They’re a Twitch Affiliate and streamer so it seems as though they’re antics were caught online, which is why there’s a big old pile of dead Grabbits in this fan art.

Let’s break down what we can see here. Obviously we have the pile of dead Grabbits. That’s said to be the result of a good old-fashioned Grabbit hunt, which is something I can definitely get on board with. I hate those things with a passion, for no real reason, so it’s nice to see them getting what they deserve.

Now take a look at the Storm Javelin we have here. It’s a pretty timeless design, especially with this set of colours and the cape flowing behind in the wind. It screams style, and I think it’s really nice. I’m not sure if this is the exactly Javelin that inspired the art, but I’m pretty sure it must be since that’s sort of the whole idea behind this project.

What I really like is the way there’s an outline of the Storm, larger and just an outline, behind the actual Javelin. Storms are soaked in the weird magic of Anthem, they’re mysterious, and that’s what makes them so interesting. To me, the white outline of the Storm behind feels like a nod to the Freelancer playing the game, putting them in the scene as what they see themselves as in this world.

It’s a really gorgeous piece of art, nicely put together, and it’s got a funny message to it if you hate Grabbits like I do. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the series looks like, I’m hoping we can one piece of art for each Javelin type at least.

Let me know what you think of Nobody Starves in the comments.

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