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4.68 / 5.00

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Jun 4, 2015 | 8:35 PM EDT
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Illustration
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2480 x 3508 px
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594.6 kb
Tags
fantasy
zombie
undead
necromancer

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Author Comments

what started as a biro drawing after watching a game of thrones episode. i scanned it in and adding some colour and lighting. hope you like it

Reviews


JesusCondomJesusCondom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wowzers. Pretty gnarly man. I like this whole "drawn on paper, colored digitally" thing you've got going on. Gives it a distinct look. I also like that it doesn't have a background, and puts a focal point on the scene, like we're looking at it from the perspective of the one being raised, and in his mind, nothing exists except what is happening right now.
Pretty juicy stuff man.



coredarecoredare

Rated 5 / 5 stars

such a great art mate!!


dommi-fresh responds:

thanks


SlenderMan93SlenderMan93

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Looks great and the green monochrome works really well.

Tho I just noticed, why is it that zombies almost always have only partial armor while they probably died in a full suit?


dommi-fresh responds:

i can answer that. it depends on both the rank of the soldier and how long he's been dead for. for example a regular foot soldier would not have a full set of armour. in fact he'd be lucky to have more than a helmet, and if his corpse had been rotting for a while so would alot of his clothes and straps meaning over time his armour would fall apart. thanks though glad you like it


PlagueDocterNickPlagueDocterNick

Rated 4 / 5 stars

That undead army was awesome. I really like the necromancy effect. It's clear which character is the puppet, and which is the puppeteer.


dommi-fresh responds:

yea the whole scene was rad! glad you like it.