Arceus help us, Arceus help us all. This is legit, if you will let me use a more modern term for something I would just call breathtaking to behold. The two main things I want to focus on though, is the coloring and the shading.
I don't know what you did, but those clouds or dust or smog look like they are real and that added with an amzingly drawn city skyline makes the whole thing look like a terrifying but amazing snapshot. The golems look like they are just stepping out of a thick cover and revealing themselves to the people below. I also like how some of the fog by Regiice is gray-is blue, it makes me think that he is making some kind of cold front.
You picked a really nice pallet for the piece. Dramatic sunset across a major city that slowly slips into night as their lights just begin to turn on? Nice. The red and orange of the sky do a good job of making each of the three stand out well, even Regirock witch I find delightfully suprising.
All in all: entirely amazing work, I cannot wait to read the story that goes along with this, and I would NOT want to think of how big Regigigas would be.
This is so ominous and chilling. I know the word 'awesome' has been watered down to mean 'great' in our modern society, but really, I mean to say this piece is awesome in its old meaning: breathtaking and spectacular. The minimalism works very well, by the way.
I'm going to have nightmares now. This look very nice, no wonder why i can never catch the regis on my game boy XD! How does the original regi mith play out in this? and are they in kanto, hoenn, or sinnoh? (Please make the story soon)
The picture is nice as it is; all the regis look as if they are creeping up on the city, getting ready to unleash the havoc that is The Day of Reckoning The city itself looks realistic, which is a nice touch on it compared to the fading of the goliaths in the back. The only thing I think could make this look even more ominous/cool would be to have Regigas somewhere behind Regirock and Regice, but even more faded, as if he were barely there, or perhaps faded and outlined by the clouds, if you know what I mean. Really nicely done!