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cover (author A.M. Jandia)

book is still available on Amazon until March 15th and after that will be available in paperback and eformat.
here is link:
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*_*
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fan art of Geralt of Rivia in my vision. I read first book this summer and was so great! cheers...
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T_T
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Been working on this piece for a couple of weeks now... Finally had a chance to finish it.
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Illustration for a RPG project - Digital painting
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New painting. A bit of a change from the armored guys and big monsters I usually paint.
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Hey, I actually managed to paint something. Strange.

I've no idea who this girl is, but she's probably a sorceress who has curses and shadows in her blood. You know the type.

Tools: Mouse, Paint Shop Pro

Who is the girl, actually? According to
:iconpixel-inquisitor:

"Name: Fiona Miller, AKA Lady Darkhope.

Occupation: Actor/Entertainer

Fiona is a very minor mage, only knowledgeable with basic illusions and prestidigitations. She's become popular, however, for one of her characters: a Dark Witch called Lady Darkhope.

She liked the popularity at first, but is now getting downright sick of how her entire life is nothing but acting like a typical Dark Witch, having to wear nothing but black cloth and black leather, with eyeliner and a dagger (Which she has no idea how she uses it.) and being so morose and depressed about everything. As well as never being allowed to perform during the day, to keep the 'mystique.' She's been typecasted, and is sick of it."

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Interior illiustration for the Players handbook 3, released by Wizards of the Coast.
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Illustration for the 21st issue of "Kobold Quarterly"
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