Now this is much better than the last, so much more involving and the perspectives are perfect for drawing in the viewer, a great scene and I love the evil spider mech design. But a critique is not a critique without pointing out some areas that need improvement. So first thing that catches me is the motion blur on the tank, the blur on the spider leg makes sense as its obviously coming down hard next to the tank and looks like a Humvee was sent flying by it, the motion blur on the tank however doesn't really make sense its not really moving at all, maybe a slight blur if its been shunted but these things are pretty heavy and an impact next to it probably wont send it in such a frenzy. Also it would have been nice to the the tank in its painted glory perhaps firing at the beast just to really heat up the scene. Another point is the environment, its very well painted but feels spars, its goes off into the distance which kinda makes the area feel a little sterile as does the lack of debris on the ground and cars, it feels a little too perfect for a disaster like this. The destruction to the surrounding buildings is very nicely done though, really get a feel this thing is tearing up the area. All in all a great image, a great improvement on your last especially with the scale which is portrayed beautifully here. Well done and I look forward to seeing more.
This is incredible. Usually massive beings like this are slow and plodding but here you can get a sense of this machine's surprising speed. Civilians fleeing in terror just add to the chaos of the mix and I'm in love with this mech's face.... or complete lack of, depending on what floats your boat