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The ancient ruins

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This was a big ol' YCH that took a little while to finish, many thanks for all the people who took part in it! Featured in this YCH are (Left to right):
Sarkethus, The mage
Adryx, The warrior
Subliminal, The second dragon warrior
Aeto, The big bad.

"When nothing is heard from an excavation group in days or any other person or group of interest, a small group of adventurers and would be heroes are hired from the guild. An excavation team had been mining and digging up relics and ancient artifacts from a freshly discovered complex of ruins within the depths of an ancient forest until recently all communication stopped. A group of experienced and some not so experienced adventurers was scrounged up and sent on their way to see what is going on. Indeed once they reach the ruins there is barely any sign of the group of excavators apart from some holes in the dirt and scattered equipment. Shortly after their arrival however it becomes very evident where the group had disappeared to."

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Your details, effective use of coloring to draw focus, ability to give the illusion of movement in a still picture, and proper usage of framing are spectacular and truly give this piece the liveliness of action and suspense renaissance paintings wish they could have.

P.S. chubby snake dragon thing is adorable and I refuse to believe otherwise

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Apr 25, 2018
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