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Second entry, Fire element =)
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Here is my entry for the Rift colossus contest.

EDIT : color changing and details, plenty of details fixing
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contest entry :peace:
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From the ashes of inferno it emerged...
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Objective : Create one ugly monster.
Objective kinda achieved...
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Rift challenge
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Earth colossus made of stone and minerals
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-height 23.9 meters (included Omega above her head)


I sent a rough draft of water planar colossus before, I was going to finish it but I saw this pic [link]

it inspired me to draw something like an angel, a floating woman style. first I was thinking of a sword body woman floating with little swords and chain of thunder surrounded her.
,then my BF told me about should add little gothic stuffs os I change my theme to this one.

My concept is an angel who fallen to the death planar and couldn't find the way back. Her sadness and hopeless absorbed the darkness and turn her body to the colossus.
I named her "Omega"

It's too sexy ? I should put more cloth on = =a


- Photoshop CS3
- 9 hours
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This is my interpretation of the death plane colossus. I've added as much movement and menace as possible and in the design tried to encapsulate all the elements I think should be inherent in death personified. The dark menace lunges forward clawing at your very soul, taking on many forms, cracking, shifting shape, the threat of death is closer than your breath. The plane of death has been given a terrifying form.
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My submission for the RIFT Create a Colossus contest.

Had a lot of fun working on it -- my thanks to DeviantArt and the makers of RIFT for creating this opportunity!
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