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Forest Battle Aftermath


Made on Aviary! It probably sucks, I know. Drawing isn't one of my strong points, but I still try!
Here's some setting for this drawing.

One day long in the past, a man found what appeared to be a religious statue with a priceless jewel embedded in it. Word spread to the two countries closest to it, and soon after, a war broke out over the posession of this monument.

After many battles, both countries managed to reach the heavenly statue, and that is where the final battle took place: The Forest Battle. The fight seemed to take forever, and after many months of endless fighting and bloodshed, one side stood victorious. Immediately after the last person was slain, the jewel shone brightly and all the soldiers and all the corpses disappeared, except for one.

The jewel continues to shine, and people believe that the jewel has tainted the forest surrounding it. Birds have become ferocious carnivores that devous human flesh, and because of that, no one dare to enter the forest to see the once sacred icon.

Scouting me would be nice, thanks.

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drawing 8/10
story behind drawing 100/10

good job mainly because you put alot of detail in to the drawing and story.
i like it

Pure-Metal-UTA responds:

Thanks! I was actually strongly considering about using that storyline as a basis for one of my band's albums... Once we make it out of the deep deep underground.
Thanks for the review!

This artist has not been scouted yet.

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Waiting for 4 more votes

Mar 18, 2010
8:51 PM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
761 x 927 px
76.6 KB

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