This is Fine
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RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release17
Edition Number1

This is Fine

Jeff Laubenstein
Jeff Laubenstein has given this acrylic painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of This is Fine that will ever be made.
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
The subject was a Battlemech called The Firestarter. I imagined that it had inferno capabilities. Working at FASA Corporation at the time which published BattleTech, I was often working on books set in that world. There are hundreds of Battlemechs, huge mechanical humanoid weapons which roam about the universe waging war and settling scores. I was chosen to paint a cover for Challenge Magazine, as they happened to be doing an article on BattleTech. As a lifelong scout and camper, there’s something about fire. It’s quiet, ominous, and can be quite terrible. I tried to convey a bit of that in this fiery image. The huge ‘Mechs are terrifying in battle. Their ominous size and power convey destruction or salvation depending on which side of the cannons you are on. Is this fellow contemplating rescue or destruction? Only the next moment would tell.
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This is Fine

This is Fine
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Attributes
RarityFoundation Edition
Season1
Release17
Edition Number1
Jeff Laubenstein has given this acrylic painting to the Verses team to exclusively mint as an NFT for the first time. This minting marks the passage of this image from the physical world into the Verses. This edition is the only Foundation Edition of This is Fine that will ever be made.
 
As the holder of this NFT, you will receive free airdrops of future cards based on this art, including a Signature Edition.
 
You can play with this as a full art card in Verses games.
 
Artist Statement:
 
The subject was a Battlemech called The Firestarter. I imagined that it had inferno capabilities. Working at FASA Corporation at the time which published BattleTech, I was often working on books set in that world. There are hundreds of Battlemechs, huge mechanical humanoid weapons which roam about the universe waging war and settling scores. I was chosen to paint a cover for Challenge Magazine, as they happened to be doing an article on BattleTech. As a lifelong scout and camper, there’s something about fire. It’s quiet, ominous, and can be quite terrible. I tried to convey a bit of that in this fiery image. The huge ‘Mechs are terrifying in battle. Their ominous size and power convey destruction or salvation depending on which side of the cannons you are on. Is this fellow contemplating rescue or destruction? Only the next moment would tell.
Jeff Laubenstein