When Liliana blows a kiss, it can crack the earth's crust, spewing out molten planet as though Mother-Gaia herself were nothing more than a giant, white-hot whipped-cream filled balloon.
However, it is an ultimately sexy wake of annihilation; you'd die happy. Here we see the lovely Mistress of Death showing off her sleek new dress of hideous, screaming doom. Woven entirely from the shredded hopes of the unfortunate souls who've crossed her. (Which, as it turns out, makes a comfortable, breathable material which accentuates both shapeliness, and pure smoldering evil.)
As is not uncommon for me, I have two versions of this card. One that's a little simpler, clearer, and so will work better when shrunk down to card size. And another, that is dripping with detail and extras, that would pretty much look like super grainy multi-color sand at card size. So I give you both the official version, and the blingtastic version.
For Magic: the Gathering. Copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art directed by Jeremy Jarvis.
Dress design by Devourobot VII, High-Fashion Robot Cannibal.
Eesh, can't believe I haven't painted for almost 8 months...
Anyway some art from one of my all-time favorite games, Borderlands!
Sure, it wasn't a perfect product (imbalanced classes, hacking, unrewarding plot, poorly ported HUD from console etc.) but it truly hit all the right chords with me personally (Sci Fi premise, recognizable art style, 4-player-co-op, customizable skilltrees, charming and hilarious NPC's etc.) It's just one of those games I feel you have to blast through with a few friends.
I'm absolutely stoked for the sequel and confident that 2K Games took criticisms to heart fixing what little issues came up with the first installment.