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    Proffesional Werecreature

    Hello everyone!

    Its a cover for Fabryka Slow. Polish fantasy books publisher.
    Proffesional Werecreature was written by Andriej Bielanin&Galina Czernaja.
    You can see on of scenes fromm book on this illustration - vampires ball.

    Proffesional Werecreature
    Shot at 2009-10-05

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    Proffesional Werecreature
    Shot at 2009-10-08

    Special thanks to Koko an my girlfriend Millushka for posing for this picture.

    Media: Photoshop

    Have a nice sunday folks!

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    Beautiful contrast! and the cat's expression is just adorable =)
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    Yeah, that cat is great. I would totally pick this book up if it had an English translation, just to find out what that cat is about. I read fantasy, so this would be right up my alley.

    Animals and kids steal the show, but I'm also digging the chick and the officer. Lovely textures.

    I think the background feels a little pasted on, perhaps it needs a little more of the blue in it, in strategic areas.

    And on a technical note, those look like unfired rifle rounds on the floor, not like what might be ejected from his pistol.
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    Wonderful!

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    ill read that story!
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    Beautiful piece...
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    Amazing coloring, the contrasts really help focus them three on being the stars of the show, with the zombies as the audience/costars/BRRAAAAINSSSS.
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    awesome ;]
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    I love the contrast and detail in this work, nice.
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    Cool color scheme... I love the details.
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