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4.67 / 5.00

Jul 14, 2009 | 2:43 PM EDT
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1100 x 825 px
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Author Comments

Service with a smile!

This one took about two full days worth of work. Painted with PSCS2.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epicly Awesome

So yeah. This picture? Should be on a Magic: The Gathering card. Totally awesome. Keep up the good work.

(Kami the Avatar)

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AlvinHew responds:

Haha, thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

hmm strange.......

It seems i have bumped into somebody with a real talent! Bravo to you my good sir and i hope to see more pictures =D

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AlvinHew responds:

Hey, thanks! I appreciate your review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You could do illustrations for magic cards :P

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AlvinHew responds:

That would be nice wouldn't it?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

*bows at feet*

Thats just awesome there is no other way to put it, you are by far the best artist on the site and this is one of your best designs.

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AlvinHew responds:

Haha, not sure if I'm deserving of the title "best artist on the site", but thanks anyways.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol a masterpiece with a dash of humor!

Much like my other reviews I think this piece is so well done it looks as if it were made by a whole design team with speciallized equipment and stuff. The goblin on top was kinda random; I like that.
The whole scene seems epic, including the discoloration of the smoke. Where the explosion ignites, it is yellow, and as it spreads and dissipates, it turns orage, then to dark red. If one looks closely, on the hawk's left wing tip feathers, there are even tiny effect lines that blend the wing and make it seem in motion. EVERYTHING is legit, and the effects even go to the reflection of the light of the bomb explosion on the hawk's feathers, eyes, and the goblin's goggles. High level of work has gone into this, and anyone could, (OR SHOULD...) be able to tell.
lol other than that, I find this really funny. Goblin with nukes on a giant hawk on steroids bombing the general populace. lol RANDOMNESS!

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AlvinHew responds:

Thank you for taking the time to notice all of that. I put a lot of thought into the details in my paintings, so it's always great when people notice them.

I decided to reply to each one of your reviews because they are all very good. =)