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Underworld Rider

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Another photoshop piece done a while ago.
A horserider that travels between the land of the living and the realm of the dead in order to deliver final messages to the deceased.

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i am a huge fan of yours

almost all your work is favorited, i just love your style Please keep this up i look forward to your new stuff

Hi-Yo, Black Grim Looking Horse, away!

The whole grim reaper thing has been done myriads of times, but this picture looks fresh in many ways: lantern instead of scythe, black masklike face instead of skull and so on. I also like the devilish look of the horse and those scrolls make a nice touch.

What won my vote, however, is the way you described your character. Since I'm something of an artist myself, I always like to hear something about the pictures and how they were created.

Very Cool!, n' Specific!

I Loce The Character, Do you make flah movies?, ... sounds like a series to me, Its A Great Piece of Art!, keep doing characters, nice imagination! ^_^!

just...wow!

ive been working on an old version of microsoft paint with my pictures because i thought photoshop was bs but this is AMAZING!!!! its really pretty in a dark way that i like to incorporate into my art so i really *feel* this work

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Apr 3, 2011
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