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    The one with the diving helmet is fantastic, but the vampire one is just heartbreaking. Its rare in vampire pictures that you feel for the victim. So often it is the vampire that is the focus, and the victim is just there as something for them to threaten. Here, you can tell by her expression that the girl has been fighting against what's happening to her, and now knows it's too late. There's no going back.

    Beautifully done. Visual storytelling at its finest.
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    hey randis! the first 4 images are simply awesome man! its great how you combine your 3d and 2d skills and you just getting better and better in it... great to see a constantly evolving artist! seriously!
    keep them coming buddy!

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    Talking realy good art

    really i like it this realy fantasy beaotiful art

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    All solid work.
    However 'War1' really stand out for me. The amount of movement and energy in that piece is fantastic.

    Great post (even the ones I've seen before).
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.

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    Absolutely incredible! The diver and war1 images really stand out to me.

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    So so good Randis.. When I looked closely at the blade of the staff as it goes into skin on the 4th piece...I let out a big "whoa."

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    Thumbs up AWESOME WORK.....

    you are great,you have a lot of patience to do such clear and smooth work.....
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    Ah man, just brilliant!

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    Well, I don't have a lot so say, but:

    Wow.

    Absolutely awe-inspiring. Some are very imaginative and interesting. A great deal of them gives the impression that there's a larger (and facinating) story behind them, that the viewer doesn't get to glimpse. If you know what I mean. This makes the works far more interesting, to me at least.

    Again, great work and I'll be on the lookout for more.

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    Dude that painting with the spear stabbing, and gliding underneath her skin. I looked at it and made that painful inhaled hiss noise. Wicked man.

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    @ aaro_n
    Thanks for looking man! glad you like it

    @ Darktwin
    Thanks man!

    @ El Gallo
    Cheers, Thank you!

    @ sam.westall
    Thanks man, i take it as a compliment, tho you should not be too hard on yourself, its just a matter of time and motivation, you can if you really want to.

    @ Hao Wu
    Thank you! If you are interested in the image process, please visit my this link, i have wrote about the process of the first 3 pics in detail there in various posts.
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=162549

    @ Smirt
    Thank you! Yes i might finish that one sometimes.

    @ Titan
    Thanks man, you are welcome

    @ NathanLong
    Thanks! Glad you like the vampire. I am a huge vampire fan, can not get enough of the books.

    @ mr. m
    Thank you! I am getting a lot quicker at that, its saves time.

    @ qlotzan
    wow, thank you very much!

    @ SEVANS
    Cheers! Thank you man!

    @ Clay Davis
    Thanks! Happy that you like em.

    @ t i m
    Thanks! yes i guess it would hurt that way.

    @ gaurishankar
    Thank you! I am actually a very impatient person, it is just my ambition to make it final asap that keeps me going.

    @ davi
    Thank you!

    @ AlstonInk
    Thank you man!

    @ NightHerald
    I am happy to hear that, glad you care about the story and take your time.

    @ danvancool
    hehe thanks man! I thought it would look painful, i wanted to pierce her lungs in a less classic way.
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    IS THERE NO END TO YOUR AWEOMENESSS????

    i love what you did with the first newborn vampire entry, she looked great nude but i'm ashamed to say she's looking even better dressed.
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE


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    Astonishing works I have to say that I really like the piece with the cleaver and the nija master one.. is amazing how you fill in all the details to make a real scene from a painting.. wonderful
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    you sir, are pretty damn awesome

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