It's very well done for showing off the emotions between and if you haven't played Bioshock Infinite then this DLC burial at see episodes. Just seeing this is amazing showing these two characters which are important to the original BioShock so just a heads up to you all. Anyway let's get back to this awesome art piece I love the posing of Elizabeth and Sally that she has been trying to find and save her even if killing herself for Sally could be her only option. Lastly the elements in the background of Rapture and glass pieces showing off the beginning of the end of Rapture.
After Playing BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea I was very sad at after completing the dlc, and I felt like there wasn't enough scenes, or talking for the player to feed off on. Despite the emotionally pivotal characters or spoilerific plot I thought 2K didn't do the rest of the story justice, but as a die hard BioShock fan, I loved this scene especially. I love how Elizabeth went to Infinite and beyond just to see Sally, and her future once again. I love the colors, the out lines of the characters, and the shattered glass behind Elizabeth as if Indicating her broken self image, and how she gave up her entire character/who she is as a whole just for this sweet moment, which you have so vividly illustrated. This is an extremely beautiful, and moving picture for me.
Bioshock Infinite: Burial at the Sea episode 2 is one of the best games of 2014. The story is beautiful, the gameplay was different from other games, and the ending surprised me. Elizabeth was important, but she wasn't the protagonist. She was the one that set things in motion for the success of Jack. This masterpiece shows us that her sacrifice was important for saving Sally.
This is incredible, great composition, nice colour balance and skillfully assembled. I'd offer more of a critique but I'm honest to god awed at this picture. I should also mention it nails the feels of the game's actual ending. Bravo I say; BRAVO!