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The Leviathan

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This is the legendary leviathan people use to fear those years arround 1400. These mithical monsters prevented civilization from exploring the most distant and extreme areas of our planet...I guess they were right on staying.

Its been so fun working with this giant monster muahaha :evillaugh:. Even if this was my first attemp with a fantasy artwork, I guess it came out pretty well.
This was fully airbrushed, and no references were taken from photographs :P

you can find the original entry on my DA account :) : http://keepwalking07.devi antart.com/art/The-Leviat han-164278391

hope you like it!

EDIT: wow thanks for the front page! :)

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So much detail!

Hmmm... Leviathan ... bible story depict that monster another .
But art a real epic and i rate this 9/10 , but because you make arts and made this cool - 10/10 !

This work is really fantastic. There a great sense of power, the raw energy and torment of nature's wraith. The design of the Leviathan stands out as contrast to regular ice- orderly, rather than chaotic, which makes it all the more seeming of rigid design, rather than the flow of smoothness. Most well done.

Great art work! I can see that you got talent and skills which is on a more serious type and are different from a lot of the artist in newgrounds who tend to draw more on doodles and cartoons. Well, I agree with Darkfire996, you can still find those in the Bermuda Triangle. O^O

It just gets better and better every time i see your artwork.

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keepwalking
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4.50 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 16, 2010
6:43 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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1200 x 690 px
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443.1 KB

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