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    Fantasy paintings - Dungeon Magazine

    Hello, long time no see I have a tendensy to lurk whenever I'm really busy.
    Anyway, I thought I'd post some fantasy full pages I've done for Dungeon Magazine lately. I'm doing one every month. My personal happiness with my work on these varies for every picture, sometimes I feel I did a good job sometimes I wish I could do it all over But, that's the good thing about doing one each month, I know I can try to do better next time. Also, I try not to spend too much time on these, as it's smaller jobs mostly made for fun. But, i like fantaasy, its a subject I'm not too experienced with so I love doing these regardless of the fact that it's not my strongest field. And there's alsways some interesting/weird subject to paint.
    Some might have seen a couple of these on my page or in the magazine, as it's some time since they were released, but I thought I could post them anyway

    this one is probably the one I'm most happy with of these 3...
    Title:Black Wall Keep
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    Title:Hall of harch reflections
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    Title:Champions Belt
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    joachim....you sir are growing in leaps....all three are very well done. no crits here. good work dood.


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    I really like how those pictures turned out and I especially like the top image of the castle. The effect is well done in those.
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    damn!these are great. you rock!
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    woo these are great! i like the 1st and 3rd most keep on rockin dude

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    Nice work, I dunno if you want c&c, but I'll give it anyways..
    I like all 3, but the first one I feel the castle doesn't look like it is far away and should probably be more faded into the fog I think.
    The second one I like the character designs, the envirement doesn't do much for me though. It does seem murky like it should, but it could be more interesting in regards to the envirement.
    I like the last one's vibrance in comparison to the others, the colors are nice, but the stance of the women looks too relaxed. She is very well made though.

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    fucking great work man. so good to see what u have been up to.-c36

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    very well executed stuff joachim !! the girl in red seems alittle stiff though..

    killer stuff as usuall !

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    Dude! Couple of these I haven't seen.. drop by your homepage every now and then to see what you've been up to. Guess I'm not good enough at keeping tabs over at storedyret

    My favourite is the "Hall of harch reflections".. All of 'em are real strong! Good job!

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    Nice,

    I really like the colours in the last one.

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    Cool stuff- thanks for sharing- I like the 2nd one the best

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    my only crit is that the woman in the last one is way to stiff. She needs to be moving around and dodging those creatures.
    but in general... kudos

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    I like'em... I just feel they need a bit more contrast... but that can be fixed by adjusting the curve in Photoshop.
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    The lighting in that last one is beautiful.
    Great work Joachim!
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    wow

    Love the Black Wall Keep! awesome awesome. My only comment is what Kon mentioned- the woman in the third picture has a very stiff pose for facing such a huge creature haha She also seems to be turned somehow not facing him the right way if they were fighting.

    great stuff though!

    cheers~

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