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In a world where the dead rise from their graves and wicked Necromancers terrorize the land, it's up to the champions of the living, The Grave Diggers, to keep evil at bay. They keep your dead in the ground.. (80s guitar solo)
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I did have a lot more ideas for this IP. I never really did much with it though. Not sure what I'd do other than some more illustrations. ArtBook? Comic? VideoGame? Table top game? But thanks, I'm glad you dig it!
This looks like some bad ass mix of Castlevania and assassins creed but with an even cooler more twisted story line also that dragon in the background is that the necromancers pet made from dead parts sewn together and brought back cause that would be so freaking cool I know this was posted a long time ago but I hope you continue this soon I really want to see more and know more of this story maybe next time a piece on the necromancers or a bestiary type deal of this world I think this is the most I've said in a comment in quite some time shows how hyped this made me
Hey thanks, man! Glad you dig it! <pun intended) Yeah I always wanted to revisit that world, never did though. But when I was creating it years ago I did do a dragon/necromancer piece from the same world. It's the orange and green one in my gallery somewhere. Haha they weren't zombie dragons, but dragons and dino like creatures were a big part of the world. The DragonMancer piece is kind of a zombie dragon though! Thanks again for checking my work out! Cheers!
Love the pun and I just looked at that and read your description for it way cooler than what I had in mind I really like how you made it how I think it would be had it happened irl some cult latching onto the bones in attempt to bring back the reign of the dragons I'm glad I've been in the mood to look at plague doctor stuff otherwise I may never have found a great artist such as yourself I look forward to seeing more
Maybe you can present it to a few publishers, eh? see if you can't get a deal or two, goodness knows the concept art alone would definitely pique interest. Or maybe if you want more control than publishers would provide, you can go indie