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    Fantasy Flight Stuff

    Heya,

    Here's a handfull of pics I did a few months ago for Fantasy Flight Games that's finally been published. It's a mixture of stuff from their Fireborn and Midnight product lines.

    Cheers,
    ~Oreg.


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    I liked my original better
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    Nice! I like your original one, too. It tells a story. There is an urgency in the woman's expression, and the man nearby seems to be concerned about her.

    The version used in the game keeps the focus on the hanging bodies, but doesn't have the drama of the original.

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    the storys you want to tell would better be told without your sublines. Your work is strong enough to tell the story without them. Your pics are great and strong!

    Damn me...but where´s the color? It seems to converted to grey, so i think you could try it in colors,

    but altough great work man

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    The Asylum and the Death Wing are kick ass. I really think that those stand out.

    It is a shame that they are not in color. I know that you could have always done them that way and then converted it to greyscale, but on the other hand, it would not have felt the same if you would have done that. It's like Black and White film, there is something about it that just captures a moment well versus being converted.

    Good to see you getting some public recognition with these though...

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    I really like the depth in that picture, it looks like she's really just alone in the mountains, how cool

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    Death Wing looks awesome. The dragon just looks so damn kewl coming at her like that.

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    glorious work, i normaly don't like this smeary look in anything, but you bring it out of that box for me. Keep up the good work. I'm glad to see good fantasy art.



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    I thought they were all nice, but I like deathwing the best.
    The sense of motion you put into the painting really makes it stand out.

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    Hey I do have one crit about the Original and Final revision though.
    The "huddled masses" seem to me to be in very orderly lines, and they also seem to be about the same height with a few exceptions.

    Nothing else though.

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    Love the last one so much. That one's rockin'.
    The greyscale's a nice addition as well

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    i think you need to work on faces a tad...that fae ambush person's chin is frightfully pointy. the dragon ones are awesome tho

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