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    Painting for wizards of the coast

    Here is an image that was done for wizards some bit ago . but was called up for a re haul , strange considering it was done a while ago . I will post the different version when done .

    Want to say also thanks for the amazing sharing of great work i have witness on here it is really inspiring to see other artists contributions .

    please any comment and crits most welcome .

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    very nice!
    looks sci-fi
    i thought wizards was only fantasy?
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    thanks davi ,
    wizards is mainly fantasy but this was dione for its alternity line which was for sure super sci fi
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    hey jacques,
    i met you a few years ago in steve assael's painting class. really nice colors here.
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    the creature in the back looks like he has no right hand...or it's grabbing it's own neck? I probably just can't see the detail becuase its a small version. but the wing coming out the right side of the head kinda bothers me. i like symetry, specially with wings/ears. but the color and atmosphere are very strong. thanks fer posting it
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    Thanks for the post clodhopper, the creature isnt grabbing its own neck actually. i supoose in the reproduction of the painting it didnt translate as well.
    there was a bit of a value change that showed the hand better.the creatures hand is actually open with it's thumb actually over the area of the necklace, in the redo i will make sure to naot such considerations forsake reproduction.


    i saw some of your 3d posts that were most imperessive . keep em coming !
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    when I saw the guy holding the gun , I thought: oh, Glenn Danzig. So now I gotta ask if Danzig been some kinda ref, because it sure looks like him
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    i can assue you its not danzig =)
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    I like it! Not sure who Danzig is though. I am relatively new to this realm of art... gotta love it. Hey Sym, post some more. (-:
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    i can assure you its not danzig =)
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    ok, just some crazy line of thought :rock: (btw danzig is a rockstar )
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    All I have to say is, I wish I had done this. Love it. (yeh maybe the claw/hand could shift to the left so it would break out of the neck area some.) But who cares...
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    I'm sure the alternity.net users would be interested in any shreds of information about what wizards currently has planned for Alternity - as the product was dropped quite some time ago.

    Alternity players all feel the Alternity ruleset is by far the best Scfi-Fi and all-purpose RPG system to date, balanced and flexible. (nearly 1000 registered users http://www.alternity.net/user_register.php3 - quite a few double ups though :p)

    I would hate to hear that it will become a D20 product though, so if it is don't tell me
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