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Dorian and Noah

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Published: December 14, 2015
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Piece I did for author J. Armand to promote his series The Immortal Coil.

The books are getting some great reviews! If you're into the supernatural, contemporary mythology, epic battles, evolving characters, and other cool thangs, you should give it a read: jarmandbooks.com/
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With muscles like those i'd break those katanas and get me a hammar or an axe...or a sword like guts from berserk has, besides Noah looks asthetic as fuck, not like the "Gorilla" builds we see nowadays.
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Greg-OpalinskiProfessional Digital Artist
Haha, hammer would be cool :)
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funkyalienloversHobbyist Digital Artist
amazing work
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JArmand8Professional Writer
:happybounce: 
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WhaleProbe Interface Designer
That certainly makes me want to check these novels out. Especially the big guy.
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Greg-OpalinskiProfessional Digital Artist
He's quite the character, a super bad-ass jerk, lol
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kenmoriHobbyist
The two characters create an interesting contrast and the details are just crazy. I cant even imagine how much time it must have taken painting those...
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Greg-OpalinskiProfessional Digital Artist
47.25 hours :D
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SwajaHobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, your painting style is amazing, great details, I love the color contrast :)
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Greg-OpalinskiProfessional Digital Artist
Thank you! I didn't even know I had a style, haha
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Tommyboy5000Student Digital Artist
Very cool. I especially love the details in the white clothes.
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Greg-OpalinskiProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks Tommy!
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