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The road ahead

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"Many slayers opt to ride on striders to make the travel from place to place easier, however all the while it is also common to see ones traveling on foot without any real destination in mind. It is perhaps best not to ask these slayers where they come from or why they left, for they most likely have a reason to wander and work in such a dangerous vocation, a reason that is usually best left unsaid."


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Great art piece! Very atmospheric, especially after reading the description. I've also read your answer to @SuperRipley and I hope you're able to make it some day. Sounds great!

PS: It's good to have you adding to the dragonborns and dragons art collection, especially with pieces of such quality. I play a paladin and it's not that easy to find good art. :)

Such an interesting narrative befitting of such an interesting character. I’ve read the stuff underneath some of your art and I was wondering if there is some continuous narrative with your art. If so, which one do I start with to start reading?

Love your work

P.S point me to that art book I’ll buy it in a second :D

themefinland responds:

Thanks!
There is actually no continuous story, these are just small glimpses into a world called Alluvia. Most of the artworks follow the train of thought of Phyn, the small character wearing the blue robes and wielding a walking stick in most of my landscape pieces. I do intend to create an artbook at some point that will present a more continuous timeline of events.

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