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ravine issue 2 page 18 by nebezial ravine issue 2 page 18 by nebezial
another of the talky talky shots...keeping the good stuff hidden XD
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ThefirstEpidot Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2013

Just bought my first Ravine Paperback (cause we have to get comics imported), and I love it. =) I'm very glad to see the human interaction, reactions and troubles. =) Mechanical leg? Course there should be a pebble in it.

 

. . .   I'm still not joking when I say, you are better than almost any comic book writer out there (and I'm saying almost, because I haven't read them all). The way you write the characters, I believe, is the future of comics. Where the characters are human, and not from a soap opera where the characters have no connection between their brain and their mouths. =)

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ALMAGOR Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
everything is painted or do you work with some 3D models, too?
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nebezial Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
my youtube link with my process videos is in my signature. enjoy :)
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ALMAGOR Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ah cool! actually, i knew your stuff from youtube, too, but i didnt link it to the work here on dA. Always cool to see, how other artists work!
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ALMAGOR Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow, this way of drawing comics looks like a huge amount of work!
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Karageorges Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
Opasna ljubav!
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xcnugget Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Geez... Lynn is throwing a wrench in my sexual orientation. I've always considered myself straight, but she is just way too beautiful. :) Then again, that might just be your beautiful artwork, hahaha.

By the way, I've been curious for a while now; where do you get inspiration for armor designs? All of the clothing and armor you draw is simply fantastic.
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gubijdr Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012
Hooray fantasy from Shiniez, dreams do come true!
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paul2690 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012
Frankly. I would love to have this kind of armor in like Skyrim. Its already in a 3d program isnt it? *Hint Hint*

I think it would be something worth looking into after the comics out to get it spread out a bit more to reach people that might not of heard of it. Because if its one thing I have learned in modding, is that if its sweet people will want more. And if the comics already out there is ALOT more for them to find and love. Just an Idea.
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OldWayArtisans Featured By Owner May 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Great to see an artist who enjoys detailling the maille. However critical it may sound, though, as one who has made the stuff for over ten years, I have to tell you that the weave orientation is rotated 90 degrees. Traditional maille hands left-right, not top-bottom.

With that one nitpick out of the way, I call this a work of art. Realism without breaking the air of fantasy, as well as tension without spoiling suspension of disbelief. Good work.
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