Dirtside citizens always used the DysCredit - virtual money dispensed through the use of the multipurpose DysCard, but for off-grid transactions dealers used the ChinYen. Backed by the Rim Systems Bank, this hard currency had a friendly familiar feel to it. The same couldn't easily apply to most exchanges these notes were used for.
Designed as a banknote with transparent portions, this was a challenge to create credible looking currency for some of the renders set in Dystopia. A higher resolution version, including a transparency map is available from our Team-Dystopia website as a free download.
Thank you very much for taking the time to look at this image.
Feb 2, 2009 3:18:02 amby Moebius87 Homepage »
LOL! Art (in all its forms) lifts us up, my friend. In some cases it is a form of escapism... or an ideal to aspire to. I hope that in this global economic crisis you take heart and remember that this labyrinth has been mapped out before. Hope all is well with you.