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a closer look at the inhabitants of the dead plains (http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/kiabugboy/dried-ocean). the image depicts scavengers returning from their explorations around the shipwrecks to trade some electric components they found for some bone armors brought by sand kingdom merchants. The merchants of the sand plains comes in massive convoys guarded by sand kingdom guardsmen to stay and trade there for a few months before returning and allowing the next batch to arrive.They often bring with them meats, cattle,produce, barrels of water, bone plates, bone or leather armors, furs, and many other animal based weapons or armors.in the back, a watcher can be seen carrying a firearm, overseeing the trade for any suspicious actions.

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Awesome detail, and brushstroke work! I have one little bit of advice if it may help at all, and that's that I think composition wise, it's very heavy on the right side of the canvas. I think balancing that out a bit would make this painting even stronger. Good stuff man.


Kiabugboy responds:

Thankyou, i didn't notice the composition problem before so thanks for pointing that out :) i should definitely pay attenrion to that next time. Also, wow! This painting got front paged??? Thankyou so much everyone! I'm really glad all of you liked it.


Good one m8


Kiabugboy responds:

gr8 m8, i r8 8/8


Fantastic.


Kiabugboy responds:

thank you

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Kiabugboy
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Jan 16, 2016 | 6:11 PM EST
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