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    Mover Wizard

    Warlord CCG illustration


    We see a Nothrog Shaman (white skin, white hair, red eyes) casting a spell. His hands and body rae in a position as if pushing something very heavy, but there is nothing there. His eyes are focused on some place distant.
    The setting is a subtropical forest/jungle.

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    Fantastic illustration. Is the description the art brief? If so, you nailed it.

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    awezome!
    love how you handeled the brushes, and the white light works really well.
    im a little worried about the anathomy of the torso though, its looking rather small and feature-less.

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    Saw this before in ImagineFX - the head seemed less white though. I would have loved to see some more movement in the surrounding area, like the leaves or his cape, like there is a powerful gale coming from his body.

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    Whoah, great pose, and such nice strokes. Very cool!

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    I really like this.


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    that is RAWW. love how the skin tones are a direct product of the environment.

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    Hell, if Elwell likes, ya got a winner here. I like the atmosphere of the background, it just simply looks good, great job here

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    Love the sharp contrast, textures, grittiness, and sharpness of the brush strokes. Visceral is a word that popped into mind when I look at your art, like it's gonna hurt me.

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