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[AOZTG concept] the arbiter

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Hey everyone. I've returned with a new piece of concept art for Adventures of Zack the Great, a rather foreboding piece perhaps.


The being placed in the vat of perfluorocarbon to help it breathe... let's just say that he? she? it? they?... they're pretty important, for they're the hidden leader of the Purester territory, kept alive partly out of the deep fear of them that their subjects have.


AOZTG is a turn-based RPG in development, spearheaded by @ZackTheGreat.


Outlines on MS PowerPoint, colouring on Autodesk Sketchbook.


I gotta say, I'm quite pleasantly surprised by how it turned out. I wasn't aiming for the lighting and shadow to turn out the way they did jlka;jslkjgk -- and I'm so glad that it did ;_; Actually drawing the outlines took me what seemed to be forever and a day to do; colouring this was a much quicker affair.

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HOW DID YOU MAKE THIS!

Troisnyx responds:

A good bit of patience, PowerPoint drawing in a window that keeps crashing, and Autodesk Sketchbook.

this looks incredible!

Troisnyx responds:

Adsshdgjgdf aaaaa thank you 💖😭

Wow, this is great. Where are all of the reviews at? This is a crazy good piece of art. Heck, so good that it's convinced me to follow @ZackTheGreat because I really want to see what game uses this type of art.

This looks like it's right out of a professionally animated cartoon or a comic book. Great job!

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