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    DSG 583: Creature: Ancient protector of a legendary tomb

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    Berzumbre has lived in the crypt of a hundred gates for millenia, despite his appearence he is noot a spider, but a giant insect. Those who dared to study him and returned to tell the tale say he is most likely an omnivore, eating roots most of the time, but jumping on any oppertunity to hunt, and with his ability to sense any movement in the stale air and his extreme agility he is quite a succesful hunter.
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    Nice strange Insect Hamsta... carefull with those Fangs... could be deadly...

    Here´s My Ancent Protector... with no fangs.. and even not a mouth.

    C&C welcome!!!

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    hamsta: cool! that almost reminds me of these freaks from alien who lay their egges in your stomach. nice chill colors on that one. maybe i miss som outlines, but that's just my feeling!

    Diluc: nice work buddy! good linework! how did he loose his horn?

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    Thanks Jondan: Someone tried to enter the Tomb...

    Guess what...

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    Nice work both of you

    here's mine, pencil sketch --> ps. All together I guess about 2, 2 1/2 hours

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    I thought perhaps the best ancient guardian of a tomb would be spirit of the person buried within....

    The texture pattern is clip art. I know, I know, but spending the hours necessary to get that nice arabian arabesque tile work would defeat the whole point of a quick and dirty daily sketch. Anyhow, this took me about 45 minutes in Painter IX.

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    Nike: cool pic, but I'm losing the sense of what's going on. It's a giant cobra, starting to rear, yes? The red shadows are a bit confusing to me. I almost thought that the hood was the mouth of some serpentine monster (the original sketch in the corner cleared that up nicely though.)
    Diluc: Nice massiveness. Very cool.
    Hamsta: Like the bio-luminescent feel of the spider. Nasty.

    It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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    Swan: thanks a lot for the crit, I 'll work on it
    nice sketch, yours

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    If you don't run screaming simply because of her looks, she'll likely smite you with that thing she's carrying (god, I'm such a girl).
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    Hamsta, I see you improving all the time!
    Swan, my hubby really likes yours!

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    DSG 583: Creature: Ancient protector of a legendary tomb

    sheeyat goran. great volumetric perspective. Nike the build up of your paintings remind me of Arthur Rackhams style. Nice work.

    a few hours later i realised what a crop can do.

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    update...tried to work on the cobra...dunno.....I guess I'll sleep over it and continue tomorrow

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    goran - love it
    juan_cadillac: thanks for posting the link, I didn't know that artist. Thanks. Concerning the comparison - I'm not worthy

    edited: well, I slept over it and tried some more
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    Nike: You will be.

    It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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