Sci fi city

the top half of this image shows a highly developed future, with flying cars, tall winding buildings, and bright illuminated and neon lights, while the lower half shows a less developed tokyo city, showing it more or less how it is in modern day. There is a lack of text in this image, this is because the poster speaks for itself, this image is digitally published.

the top half of this image shows a highly developed future, with flying cars, tall winding buildings, and bright illuminated and neon lights, while the lower half shows a less developed tokyo city, showing it more or less how it is in modern day. There is a lack of text in this image, this is because the poster speaks for itself, this image is digitally published.

This is an image of a city with some sort of skyscraper in it which I like due to how close they are together, I feel that this gives it that futuristic feel.

This is an image of a city with some sort of skyscraper in it which I like due to how close they are together, I feel that this gives it that futuristic feel.

Neo Tokyo inspiration - mixing the old in with the new, traditional Japanese buildings shown down at the ground level in amidst the bright street lights from all the street vendors and businesses. Set to a backdrop of towering sky-scrappers plunging into the darkness, the contrasting lights from the offices in the towers appear like stars in the night sky.

Neo Tokyo inspiration - mixing the old in with the new, traditional Japanese buildings shown down at the ground level in amidst the bright street lights from all the street vendors and businesses. Set to a backdrop of towering sky-scrappers plunging into the darkness, the contrasting lights from the offices in the towers appear like stars in the night sky.

Manajik. Few know it exists. None alive know that it floats in mid-air. It has existed for thousands of years, constructed before the sea claimed the land around it. The craters (3 in all)  are the result of a cataclysmic magical accident. No one knows why the tower survived, or has the slightest idea where the water goes.

Manajik. Few know it exists. None alive know that it floats in mid-air. It has existed for thousands of years, constructed before the sea claimed the land around it. The craters (3 in all) are the result of a cataclysmic magical accident. No one knows why the tower survived, or has the slightest idea where the water goes.

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