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The Fairy and the Shadow


This is the fourth of eight ilustrations made for my thesis proyect, cronicles of the forgotten world. You can find this and other tales in http://cuentosparadormir.
com/ some of the stories are in english but the most of them are in spanish.

The Fairy and the shadow

This one tells the story of a fairy who's kingdom was atacked by a terrible horde of monsters, and to vanish them, she had to obtain the powerful Light Crystal. Which light would defeat every monster of the horde. But the crystal was hidden behind a huge door in a dark cave, guarded by a strong titan who woudn't let anyone pass. When she finally stood in front of the titan, her most loyal servant, "the shadow" offered himself in exchange of the Light crystal.

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You have an amazing gift with blue tones, Keep on inspiring many artists. I'm going to have to check this story out, I want to know what happens in the end.

Impkid responds:

I'm glad you liked it Toxicoid, thanks for the compliment, the truth is that i changed a bit my colouring style with the help of a friend of mine and thanks to the work of this dude (http://mr--jack.deviantart.com/) i'm finally starting to comprehend the color. Oh and the story's title in spanish is "El Hada y la sombra" search it that way if you are interested, then use google translator or something ;D

I love the emotion in this piece and the story behind it, nicely done.

Impkid responds:

Thanks for your comment Xafrina :D

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Jun 29, 2012
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