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Cover image for Unseen Lerker - a gaming and hobby magazine.

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I really love this piece

So I went ahead and added this one to my faves list its that good I really love the little things you did here with shadows and the lighting and "SHINE" effects on the actual sword that was a plus on all fronts I do think you should ad more shine and more sparkle to the sword but you did good here.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
more sparkle and shine on the sward.

~X~



Apart from the sand looking way to flat and unaffected by all the skeletal creatures climbing out of it, this is awesome. A lot of detail. Even the skeletons in the distance look detailed, and formemost skeleton has an unexpectadly wellmade shadow. It's a work of art1

-cd-


Brakkenimation responds:

Mm, I agree with you on the sand. I'd never drawn detailed sand before so this was great practice - I'll be sure to include more movement next time :D

Thanks!


Cover Image

I know it says Cover Image for the Unseen Lerker Magazine in the comment but does that mean that you just copied it from them or did you draw it..

And if you drew it (hope so :) ) why is the unseen lerker link in the mid of the pic?

Would it be possible to get the pic without the text?


Brakkenimation responds:

Hehe, yes I did draw it. I've been working with Unseen Lerker for the past year or so!

And the watermark was added to stop people using it for their own magazine covers :P
I might repost a clean one - keep an eye out for it!


omg

Tomb King!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! epic man love it


Brakkenimation responds:

Hahaha, thanks :D


HIYA!

BLAM, BOOM, KA-POW


Brakkenimation responds:

FINISH HIM

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