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Rabinithair Ambush by jeffwamester Rabinithair Ambush by jeffwamester
Final colors of the Baeg Tobar print sold at WW Chicago. I believe ( don't hold me to it! ) there are still some available...
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nirman Aug 6, 2008   Digital Artist
Cant express how much I like this one. :+fav: You are professional afterall. :clap: Did you use dodge technique in this or simple painting?
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jeffwamester Aug 6, 2008  Professional Filmographer
Pure, unfettered painting with the default brush in Photoshop :)
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nirman Aug 6, 2008   Digital Artist
that is simply awesome. shall try to learn from you.
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:iconjustspitonit:
the dragon in the sky is pretty fakeass :) but he illustration is great!!!!!!!!!!!
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jeffwamester Jul 22, 2008  Professional Filmographer
... glad you like it?
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Brosa Jul 20, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
this background is amazing. I love this kind of deserts, and you have done it very very nice. Maybe I think that the coach (dont really know if this is the name) is a little big for this mountains, maybe if it would be smaller... but its ok. I also like the anathomy you've used for the dragon's legs, and the color reminds me a lot an amazing comic from france, "Tao Bang", is one of my favourite comics.

its this for any project or something? I't would be nice to buy a comic like this
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jeffwamester Jul 22, 2008  Professional Filmographer
Thanks Sergi! It is actually from a project by Jeremy Mohler... :iconjermohler:. When they launch it Baeg Tobar, it will have a comic and rpg ( among other things ) Real cool project!
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:iconryudan:
Whoa that's so great man
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:iconreau:
you are kicking a lot of ass with this one man
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MatthewRHumphreys Jul 17, 2008  Professional Filmographer
That's hot man. I'm stunned at how you used such a warm palette the whole way across and still it turned out so deep.
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