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    The Destroyer

    Some new Illustrations :

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    The Destroyer

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    wow. absolutley beautiful! I think the second painting could be developed a bit more. Great stuff

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    I love the color in both!@ The demon piece is pretty badass: love how it fades into a fiery chasm. What mediums did you use?

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    Thanks all, I've made some modifications to the second pic.
    For the medium, I used Photoshop.

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    That first one is really cool.

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    that first one is stunning!
    it looks as though there were some nice details in it.
    give us a bigger version if you've got it.

    the second one is nice as well,
    but lacks the soft glow that the first one has.
    try softening the light edge of the structure, and darkening the midtones just a bit.

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    Aye like em!
    I think the second one's light sources are hard to read. The area in the front where it goes from bright to dark could be the trouble spot.

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    Thanks again, I've done some modifications to the second pic.

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