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After the Rain

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My latest Dragon's Dogma fan art piece. I fell in love with this game a little while back. The visuals were so amazing. I loved the mountains and valleys and absolutely breathtaking scenic views. Everything about this game drew me completely in. Therefore, it is my new mission to tell as many as I can about this game. It deserves so much more than just a few fans.

While I am not sure quite yet whether or not it can rain in the game, I really hope that it will....just so that the Arisen would enjoy sunsets that seem to collide into the world. My other inspiration besides DD came from looking up at the sky earlier this evening, just as the sun first started to set. It's crazy how much the sky influences my art, lol.
As for the pic, it only took me roughly 3 hours to make, so I'm kind of proud of that achievement. :)
But yeah, it is pretty sloppy. I just kind of threw stuff in....particularly the Arisen character. I also wanted to incorporate bunnies into the pic, after I saw a slow life video from the game where the Arisen was carrying a bunny. :D
Most of the wildlife seemed somewhat tame. I'm going to have a blast with this game, hehe. I hope that you guys will check it out as well. The main website is http://www.dragonsdogma.c om
Peace out!

~Steph

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Simply beautiful! Great colors and subtle details for a 3 hour ish art piece! Great sense of adventure in this piece as well =D You are a lady of many talents keep up the great work!!

Jessismith responds:

Hey, thank you so much buddy. Another wonderful comment to make my day better. :)

these colors are so cool this picture is amazing really
TEN of TEN Five Of Five

Jessismith responds:

Thank you so much. :)

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Feb 24, 2012
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