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4.78 / 5.00

Nov 30, 2012 | 1:20 PM EST
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1000 x 773 px
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Author Comments

Howdy, folks! This will be my first submission here to Newgrounds.

This is a collaboration(ish) effort between me and Zafrece Comezo. He badgered me to death to get a Newgrounds account so I can post this, and he's also a kickass music producer here as well.

His music inspires my art and vice versa, so we've been doing shenanigans to produce stuff like this. His music for this can be found here:
---> /audio/listen/512714

Anyways, critique is always welcome, if not INSISTED upon.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am scrounging around for images I can show off at a DnD game before I write up the baddies and this here is awesome. We're playing something more ghost/underworld/poltergeist related and this guy will be perfect. Thanks for the talent!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I suppose when deciding if this being is good or evil, i had to keep in mind that it's probably a sorcerer. Sorcerer's are usually neutral to bad unless convinced by another party to fight for a certain cause, thus enlisting their services only until the job is done. Perhaps along the way they learn the value of being good, doing right, etc.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Teeming with energy and character. That Phantasm is simply AWESOME looking! I love the color theme all around, it really successfully emotes "power" and, like I said, energy to me. I can almost see the tattered cloak gently sway as it hovers....the starlight patterns flickering with subtle movement, almost pulsing.

Easy on the eyes and tantalizing to the imagination. Easy, EASY 5.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like The lightning. The character looks well made to me, but I miss some more definition in the clothing. I am biased, of course because I work mainly with lineart.

A good job anyhow.