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The Living Reliquary

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Character design that may or may not appear in an original medieval horror/fantasy comic I'm developing called Unquiet Graves.

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amazing work

I really like the detail here the backround could have more to it but I still like it,
you really create ideas and imagination here, you really have pushed some interesting ideas and a unique style here with some good talent across the board.

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
backround could have more to it but I still like it

~X~

This gives me Hellboy/Mike Mignolaverse vibes...

I like Hellboy/Mike Mignolaverse vibes.

nathanandersonart responds:

Thanks so much! Definitely a big influence on me. :)

Amazing design, would definitely ready this comic!

I guess both of them are alive.

Sheez that's SO AWESOME! I really adore the finer details on the character's robe, and it's really cool and creepy how it's holding a skull in its hands. Really hope that we get to see more of this in your comic!

nathanandersonart responds:

Thanks so much! Still in the process of writing it, which is hard for me, but I'm hopeful to get it started soon!

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Mar 4, 2020
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