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Fallen weapon

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Dragon once is an angel weapon, created and controled by using a big halo on his back, ussually the angel using only a small halo on his head, but as for the dragon, they need a bigger one. and because the dragon was a very powerfull weapon and love to kill another creature, the angels release them to dwell free in the midgard, that was a bad luck that another high creature: Human live in the midgard as well.

and then the battle and the legend between dragon and human began . . .

a commision
a drawing that I completed in a day before I colapsed, XD so I guess I have waited for two weeks before I can submit this to the client sad sob sob . . . .

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Has anybody here read the manga MAR? Cause this looks a lot like one of Babbo's(probably but here's the spelling) forms. Still awesome, though.

Cool design, colorurs and lightning. Amazing job :p

Very nice, great detail and lighting. Good job man

BTW... I know its supposed to be a dragon and all but whenever i see it always reminds me of a zerg hydralisk and that halo with the fancy writing has a little protos vibe. I dont know.. maybe its just me and too much time playing starcraft :)

Pretty... EXCELENT!

The lights and shadows, and the blurred parts far behind makes this a real good work.

Mindblowing

First off, this is done really well. Colors, edging, everything. Now, to sooth my male urge:

I NEED to see this thing fighting another awesome fucking thing. Now. :|

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Oct 8, 2009
3:52 AM EDT
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