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A still of Fooh and Ceo from the trailer for The Story of Khale.


How do you spell awesome?

Two guys with guns taking on a possessed wood elf? I'm completely hooked on Khale. I've always enjoyed the fluid willowy movements of the characters (ex. the guy on the left) they really give them a natural feel that only fits with the theme of the series and the color really does justice with this as well.

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This is cool because it's like they were just frozen in motion instead of a simple pose such as standing. Also, i like the clothing and hairstyles and accessories. In addition, i like how the closest guy's hair is in motion also.

By the way,
Question 1: Why is there a Z on his forehead?
Question2: Is that smoke from his gun or is he firing something, and if so what is it?
Question 3: Around what date will the third installment of "The Story of Khale" be released?
Question 4: Are all the characters elves? (They all have pointy ears)
Question 5: Scout me please? D: (or you can just look at my art. Either way i'd be delighted)


when i first saw the story of khale it also reminded me of jack an daxter

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It real gud!

I like ur style. It reminds me a lot of artwork from Jak and Daxter. Keep up the good work. When u gonna make the 3rd installment of Khale?


Well drawing is really frozen in motion, and stylish.
Your style is very "swooshy", but a little too overdid for my taste, the first thing coming in mind is that the guy to the left have crab legs, only by looking deeper you seem to notice the sole of shoes. Anyway, it's great! :)

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4.55 / 5.00

Jun 20, 2009 | 8:03 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
822 x 627 px
339.4 kb

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