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Feb 2, 2015 | 9:47 AM EST
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Extract from my story notepad:
'The protagonist and his client,
his client gives him jobs to do that involve destroying curses and magical things.
He's only in the start of the story, giving his last job and then the protagonist has a long-break.
The job is to cut/destroy a cursed tree.
A wood cutter is showing having trouble cutting it, it is quite comedic. He isn't even close to cutting it down.
A possible time lapse showing the seasons and maybe years he has been working on it. Untill..
"That one there?"
client- "...yep, that's the last job" They stand upon a path up a hill looking down into some woods. A few
buildings fit in the scenery around the woods.
"Move away!"
The woodcutter looks in surprise and goes to back off, partly because he needs a break.
THe protagonist leaps through and rips of his left glove, palming the tree where the axe cuts are.
The tree crumbles near these axe cuts and snaps. (Synergy with the axe cuts and the force of the hand )

"That'd be the last one for now. Thank you. Oh and, the address of... him. He awaits you."
*Hands over two small bags of resources(possibly money, gold, gems, etc), and then a paper of the address.*
"Nice..." [Over the head angles of the exchanges. And full body shots of them parting ways]'

Time spent on this artwork- A bunch of hours all in one day.

more concept art for this project- http://smashbrudda.deviantart.com/gallery/48391062/Anime-Air-or-Water

Image Reference- https://www.artstation.com/artwork/like-tears-in-the-wind

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Beautiful. The shadowing was what brought me to look at the clouds, and I love high contrast in art. Well done, mostly with the lighting. The line-art isn't the absolute best, but very good.