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Akiletos

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So I had Dream a few month back, what was odd about his dream was that i got a full story in it, and i can't explained how the story was told but when i woke up i knew all of it. It felt like in the matrix , when if you wanted to know kung-fu you just downloaded the file to your brain and boom! you knew kung-fu, thats how it felt to me. Weird, eh?

the other detail i got was the images were quite vivid but at the same time they were very...illustration-like. the whole dream was very dark, it had mainly greys, with a few colors filtering in. But more importantly, I saw the characters and I spent the rest of the day at school doodling about it. Its easy to have picture in your head but it becomes hard to put on paper the same way. another interesting detail , was that the song "city of Delusion" by Muse started to filter into at the end of the dream. I rarely recall having music in my dreams, so wonder if a neighbor was playing it.

so here is the main character, Akiletos. stay tune for more

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Very striking! Love the sense of power you get from the horse thundering right at us!

Amazing!

I love how a dream inspired you to do this.

Great work, really looking forward to seeing more of this.

.................

good

he looks...

Theban...
or maybe even macedonian...
judging by the hairy thingy on his helmet

Amazing

The picture kind of looks like something you'd see in a dream thanks to the black and white colors and the mesmerizing background

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Oct 25, 2009
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