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This has been a very rough week to work. The stuff I put out were small watercolor sketches in the park and this small gouache painting. The outdoor sketches I posted on my blog along with this self portrait [link]
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tomatoes and cucumbers
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Daedric helmet from Skyrim.
Nothing else really, just practicing and kinda bored.

Is in no way my own creation and original armor designs belong to Skyrim/elder scrolls 5 - Bethesda
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Art Nouveau style fairy tales.
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Polymer clay, acrylic paint, resin, glue.
*sold*
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you remember my flying shark?[link] I'm kinda into these snake-dragons C:
whynot?
this is random. I didn't even intend to color or even sell this one in first place.
the idea behind his body, is the cobra, the one with those eye-markings on his neck-thingies
many of his scales disappeared while coloring :c
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Here's the latest batch of my treespirit army. I'd say I did around 500 to 700 of those guys so far. Each one drawn and cut by hand, no printing or anything like that.
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Hada de roca basada en uno de los personajes (de aparición muy fugaz) de la novela "El Rey Trasgo: La ciudadela y la montaña", del escritor español Alberto Morán Roa.

Más información sobre la novela aquí: 
elreytrasgo.blogspot.com.es/
www.elreytrasgo.com/

Stone sprite based in a character from the novel "The Goblin King: the citadel and the mountain" (El Rey Trasgo: La ciudadela y la montaña", by Spanish writer Alberto Morán Roa.

More information about the novel series here:
elreytrasgo.blogspot.com.es/
www.elreytrasgo.com/
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Vairathir Culfindo

[Quenya: from 'Vairë'- meaning 'Weaver'. 'Cul'- from 'culda' meaning 'golden-red' + 'finda' meaning '-haired'.]

 Solemn and passionate, tall, proud and powerful; eyes as grey as the evening, with hair like golden fire. Weaving in secret his spells, old and new, ever he searched, ever he hunted for more knowledge. Past 2000 years of Man his feet tread Arda's form, brandishing bow, blade, and spear against evil. But greater than any enemy, restlessness and desire churned always deep within his soul, for he was descended of Fëanor, the most Fated of all Eldar, and doom faithfully dogged his footsteps. After the departure of his parents for the Undying Lands, Bairadhir, as he was called by Men, and his younger sister dwelt in the wild forests of Greenwood the Great, where he could pursue his studies in silence.
But silence was not to be....

 My first fantasy game character EVER: Bairadhir began many years ago in Lotro, the online game,...and, well, never went away. As for the name- it was completely constructed from my imagination during character creation- the Quenya translation came much much later.
Though a bit contrary to his dramatic introduction, his long-time nickname is Bairly-There. ;) (Quite a bit less prestigious, eh?)
Being an Elf of very High origins, while testing the late ESO Betas Middle-Earth-Bairly took form as an Altmer- and met Queen Ayrenn.
*impatiently waits for ESO to arrive in the mail...* And so he got his first clip of fan fiction.... fav.me/d7ds2fl


pen and pencil. critique not requested.
Bairadhir and his names belong to me. Quenya and its derivatives, as well as Middle Earth and its denizens belong to J.R.R.Tolkien. Queen Ayrenn, Altmer and ESO belong to Zenimax and Bethesda.
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