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Devourer

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I started this sketching some kinda of youkai, but somehow after playing that gem called Demon's Crest it turned into something more grotesque. I think I'm very influenced by master Toshihiro Egawa, hope I can meet him in person this summer.
Maybe this will be used for our next gig flyer...

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Awesome

Your drawings are amazing! Keep up the good work. Maybe add some color eventually? =)

Bad as hell!!

This thing reminds me of something out of starship troopers or a boss from Contra. very nice work!

Wow

That is a mean piece of artwork, love the guts hanging from the ''Devourer''s mouth;)

Nice

It would be pretty cool if it had a background, but other than that I like it! Looks real good.

xcesarx responds:

Thanks!!!! I'm actually drawing a background for the it separately, some kind of swamp

you are wery good

you detailing on the corpse is wery good and the monster is just beautiful...
well actually it's creepy but I guess that is the point :p

10/10

xcesarx responds:

Thanks a lot!!!! hahaha, yeah, i wanted it to look twisted and deformed

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xcesarx
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Jun 11, 2010
2:55 PM EDT
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