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    Fantasy Ill. for Dungeon Magazine

    Hello,
    Thought I could post these.
    This is the nr. 8 of of the serie of 12 full pages I'm doing for Paizo at the moment. Hmm, don't know what elseto say about this one, it's a big guy being taken down by 3 of the heroes in this serie. Hope you like it.
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    here's the nr.7 which I haven't posted yet either. I'm really not happy with this one. I sort of feel that everything ended up in a different way than I wanted. But, I never found the time to fix it up for the deadline...so a lot of frustration lies in this one
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    Very nice, I've also worked on cover designs and your is exceptiuonally suitable for any fantasy magazine. Keep up the good work dude...
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    Oh, I almost forgot, the "big guy's" biceps is a little awkward as is the upper arm, anyway it's too late, but pay attention...
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    ahh, man that first one is one of my favs. from you...
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    *cracks up* Why does it seem like the guy in purple is running away from the action both times? XD I feel sorry for the big dude...mini meteors AND a close shave at the same time! His expression is great too. In the second piece I'm actually quite enjoying the detail in the ground and background. It really sets the tone. The girl with the tail has a great, solid pose and she's a good focus.
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    uuuuh. i like the giant. your right about the one on the bottom.
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    The people in the 2nd one look huge though just cause the river doesn't look shallow at all. Pretty funny though how that purple guy is running away lol
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    that green dragon bolt thing when I first glanced at the second image read to me as a foreground element and was also the first thing I looked at, but then when I saw where it connected I understood it to be midground, you could propably desaturate that slightly to push it back.
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    hmm...I find the dragon's green fire(?) to be quite distracting. No offense, but it looks like vomit.
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    Dude....is that acid the dragon's...uhm....."vomitting"?????
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    no offense
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    Awesome work dude! the first one is my favourite, love the giants! : )

    Those dragons remind me of the black dragons from AD&D, and in AD&D their breath weapon is an acid attack.
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    great stuff !

    always liked your stuff, even back in the sijun days

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