When you start a level in Ink, there’s nothing. By the end, it’s a platforming kaleidoscope.
Ninjas. They've been a staple of video game adventures for decades now, but games featuring them almost always happen in feudal times. Makes sense, I suppose, since it's easier to set up a shadow warrior's superhuman powers of stealth in a world without electric lighting. Or cameras. Or alarm systems.
Artist Hollis Brown Thornton is selling this amazingly detailed permanent marker drawing for $600 in his online store.