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observing by AlectorFencer observing by AlectorFencer
My contribution to the Eurofurence banner project.
This guy will be watching you.

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10000 x 1980 on 150 dpi and my lappy didn't die! *pats it*
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:icondamorpher:
thats a jaw dropper right there !
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:iconbasilisk-eye:
Love it! I like seeing anthros of ungulates
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v-smoke Aug 3, 2010  Student Digital Artist
This looks so good. His stance and expression convey a sense of tranquility and rock hard, almost oppressive peace. The picture makes me think of the heat of a desert or the wildness of a safari. Great work - and have great fun at Eurofurence! You're lucky to live where you do. I really want to go to a conference at some point but as of yet there are barely any in my country and I'm kinda too young/ shy to go on my own XD Maybe when I get some artist friends IRL...

Anyway, great work!
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Draikar Jul 26, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Very nice design. Great work.
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knight-of-rosubia Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very wonderful piece. The creature is well proportioned, and the detail is superb. I always like your pieces alectorefencer
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chii-sama Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazing.
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Gidala Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The King!
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ColorfulChild Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Absolutely amazing
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InsidiousVendetta Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist Filmographer
Haha, *pats laptop and gives it a cookie* Err, I guess in this case, a digital cookie would be even worse for its health. Well, I suppose a real cookie is bad for one's health as well...

Great work, really love the different color choices from your usual earthy greens and browns. Although you did stick to a lot of brown tones, there's a lot of red and yellow to be found in this, and I really like it. It gives it a dangerous, darker tone, and greatly enhances the ferocity of the fire. This being said, it also compliments the character's own temperament and persona, which seems to be enshrouded in, uh, effervescent calamity. Great job, keep it up!
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