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Primal Fire

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Here is a concept drawing I did for a scene of Primal War 20.I needed to get stoke for this scene so I needed to get the rage of the white gorilla in his final battle. Doing this animation I seen myself running out of gas , so I have to draw out the scene to get me going again.

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Very impressive!

While I am not one of your biggest fans, this was still great to see because really shows how talented you are. It has been a long time since I have seen an entry, but I do recognize the character. The most awesome thing is that he's shown with all this fire around him. It's a great way of justifying and showing off the lighting effects. I don't know what creature's blood is on his sword. It almost looks like white blood!

I don't quite recognize the sword, but I have of course seen so many swords it's hard to tell. It's this sort of thing that makes you eager for the next chapter. It has been going on for a very long time! It looks like he might be on a volcano because he appears to be on some mountain and the background is red. A white gorilla could handle that!

wow!

what kind of program do ppl use to color that in?i want it!
the sword is beast( no pun intended)

WTF!

WOW! i love it.

cool!!!!!!

It's awesome like your other drawings

neat...

HELL YEAH THIS IS ONE OF THE COOLEST THING EVERRRRRR!

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RickMarin
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Mar 30, 2010
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