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    Beautiful work, especially the Horse jumping over the fire.

    I thought I would add a comment especially as you sorted my links out for me on my first post - thanks.
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    Every Inch A King (includes big, green, dead dragon PLUS replies and sketches!)

    Hey folks, here's a new cover for a Harry Turtledove book. Oil over acrylic on board, 11"x18"

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    sweet !
    destruction by creation , creation by destruction
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    wow!!! Love the moustache! ^^ Poor dragon

    Its fantastic! I love everything!
    Note to self: START DRAWING FROM LIFE!!

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    nice one, tristan!
    clean and simple.
    i was wondering when you were going to post again.

    really good job on getting that leg to come forward, even with the dark areas behind it.
    i hope reproduction keeps that subtlety.
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    I love his pose and clothing. Great work!
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    AWwww...did you have to make the dead dragon so cute?

    Awesome job - I really like this one
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    oh MAN elwell - fantastique!
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    beuatifully executed especially the subtle shades in the drapery of the jacket over the thigh. The only thing I could even remotely crit is the angle of the toe of his boot it seems to flatten out more than the rest of the boot whereas the dragon's head doesn't, so it looks like his heel is digging in to the dragon's skull.

    cheerio

    p.s. love the highlights on all the metal jobbies
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    looks great, the blood is so so. only main dissapointment and that he doesnt lookm like john cleese. tisk tisk such a pity
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    Nice one. The cockiness comes through perfectly.
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    haha i love it

    i guess i specially like the theme, it's really surreal, a clash of worlds. something Alan Moore would imagine visually

    outstanding technic also, overall: awesome work!
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