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You were at My Side All Along…

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…My true Mentor, my guiding moonlight. It still gives me goosebumps whenever I hear that. To be honest, he sounds pretty heroic when he overcame his insanity. It’s a shame, he must have felt like a saviour during his glory days, in the end he’s just a tool for the Healing Church, and became a beast just like the rest of them. Thanks for the surprise boss battle tone shift, from a “Oh GOD, THAT HORSE THING USED TO BE A PERSON” to a full on “Holy SHIET THAT SWORD IS HUGE , I’M GONNA DIE!”

My drawing of Ludwig before he became a beast is purely speculative. I mixed the executioner garb with the white church garb. I don’t have the artbook as reference, or good drawing skills. Haha, I’m just a filthy casual. Plus I drew him all wrinkly, urgh, don’t hate me uhuhuh…

Whered he get such a sword? The description, says it was discovered.

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Way too good, nightmareSenpai <3

nightmareSyrup responds:

It's my old art style I can still revert back to 😁 I see it still stands. I think this was around 2015

Dammmnnn this is Awesome looking, god great work on this mate. Bloodborne became one of my fav games over the course of my life and this piece dose excellent justice to Ludwig, god such a sad fate for the Healing church hunters in that series.

Sorry for the long comment mate, Nicely done here

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