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Murlus' Quest

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An old art piece I did of Blizzards Murloc characters.

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Very deep and rich

This one was very deep and rich in texture you made it feel like they were really in this Forrest and it just looks so realistic the light beam was nice and the style was just so really and wild and that's what I really liked about this piece you really have some nice talent for this kind of stuff so keep up the brilliant art style I will look for more of this kind of style from you in the near future

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Make and that's a big maybe but have that beam of light shine on more stuff

~X~

And somewhere in an alternate realm an alternate dude rides his alternate beast... it would seem a creatively ambient piece at a glance, but somehow those bulging eyes make it all look so comical! Or maybe it's more of the details with the characters that give that impression. The scenery feels normal but the characters both stand out so much. Interesting and entertaining to look at! Nice work.

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This is a really creative picture. It's pretty strange, now that I look at it. It looks cartoonish and colorful enough. You really did seem to design some original creations with this. I assume Murlus is the character riding. I now do remember this from the Murloc series.

I think there was a flash game here about that. It still comes off as wonderfully original. Murlus kind of looks like some poisonous fish. I know there are a lot of those. I can see he/she/it(?) is riding a large turtle.

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