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4.44 / 5.00

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May 2, 2014 | 4:29 AM EDT
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Illustration
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2376 x 3672 px
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2.1 mb
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epic
metal
rock
bands

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Author Comments

Another commission from HK!

I really tried going over-the-top with this one to try and test my skills. I tried multiple light-source techniques, I tried my hand at realistic human anatomy, I tried to mix it up with how I usually go about composing clouds and terrain. I've never done an erupting volcano like this before, and that was particularly FUN for me, really.

Through and through, this thing was really fun to work on. Stressful as the deadline approached for it, but I'm stoked with how it transitioned from the chicken-scratch doodle that we knocked out in a bar in Ft. Worth, and now...BAM. THIS! I'm stoked :D I hope y'all enjoy it.

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EDIT: Header has been changed from plain text to free-handed illustration,
Stage left boot buckle has been colored
Lava glow on characters have been changed from yellow to reddish
Lightning glow on main character has been better defined.

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Jarp12Jarp12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So many great things, where to begin?!


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CiviLiesCiviLies

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Experimentation worked out quite well, I feel. This is an amazing poster.

But what the hell is Mattapalooza?


Phobotech responds:

Hell if I know. A Ft. Worth Legend's birthday bash, featuring some pretty rad local metal.

Also, there may or may not be some punky Elven Broads, heaps of beer, and Pterodactyles.