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Lifehunt Scythe


Hey goodmorning everyone. I'm back again with another weapon piece. This is The Lifehunt Scythe from Dark souls 1 and 3 (not sure if it's in two). This is the weapon that Priscilla the Crossbreed uses while you fight her in the Painted World Of Ariamis. I've been playing through Dark Souls 3 for the first time and noticed that Aldrich wields that scythe and also the Gravelord sword from Nito too.

I'm happy with this peice, it took a decent amount of time to make, probabably between 16 hours because I watched all of The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings while I drew it lol.

Let me know what you think, Close ups below!


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Fantastic! The Details Exude Nostalgia and Majesty!

As always the details are super cool, i specially like how the leaves look, twisting and wavy.
But i also like how this image feels, because its feesl like something very antique, like thsi powerful object, this legenday weapon that was forgotten and now its reclaimed by nature as its final resting place.
or maybe how from the Scythe, the symbol of death, nature blooms

ExtinctionArts responds:

The idea of life blooming from death is my favorite thing. I'm glad you like this one! :)

Very intricate and very well drawn

ExtinctionArts responds:

Thank you!

Holy shit, this is incredible. The amount of detail (and effort) you've put into this is mind blowing. Keep up the good work!

ExtinctionArts responds:

Thanks dude! I'm glad you enjoy the work!

Beautiful! excellent composition, shading and texture. your detail is one of the best i have seen in sometime, very nice work!

ExtinctionArts responds:

Thanks a lot. It's always good to hear that.

Credits & Info

4.75 / 5.00

Jan 24, 2021
8:53 AM EST

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