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4.36 / 5.00

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Aug 26, 2016 | 3:57 PM EDT
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Illustration
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night
giant
girl
lake

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Author Comments

So the draugen is this water giant from scandinavian folklore. And i love folklore.

Edit: Yay, frontpage! In celebration, I'm gonna publish this B-movie poster that I accidentally made this into:

http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/min3ralwater/attack-of-the-draugen

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CatalysteCatalyste

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh screw that!

That girl's going to wonder why her friend is screaming for their life right before she's crushed by a giant hand.

It's an effective illustration if it can get me to react like that.


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min3ralWater responds:

Yup, a pretty terrifying thought. Hope you didn't like swimming that much.

Thank's for the review!


FunsomsFunsoms

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great piece. really like the fog effect, even in the distant sky. alot of good. but is it wierd that i find her face more creepy than the thing going for her?


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min3ralWater responds:

Fog just looks so cool in general. I like to add it even when it isn't necessary.
And I actually find her face creepier too, or at least more mysterious.

Thanks for the review!


ZeroRyderZeroRyder

Rated 5 / 5 stars

gr8 art m8 i r8 8/8


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min3ralWater responds:

Th8 yo8 dud8!

Am I doing it right?


HazzaTimmyHazzaTimmy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

comeeepliiiing.


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min3ralWater responds:

Don't know what that means, but thanks for 5 stars!


TyrekusTyrekus

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I also love folklore! Its a great piece, the way the light highlights the droplets of the water is a very nice touch. Also, is Draugen spelled correctly? All I find in my search is Draugr, the again walker.


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min3ralWater responds:

So it appears that Draugr is Old Norse and Draug is Norwegian.

Draug is an indefinite suffix (eng: a Draug). Scandinavian languages have a suffix definite article, which you get by attaching -en or -et to the end of the word, so the definite suffix for Draug would be Draugen (eng: the Draug).

Thanks for the review! And yeah, folklore is the coolest shit.