This is the personal version, the original D&D Hell Hounds have more flames on them but I couldn't bring myself to draw a couple of fireballs with legs so I made some adjustments and they liked it. Printed version has a little bit more fire but that's about it...
I'll start sending my pieces I made for Martial Power 2 book next week so stay tuned.
And I don't know what they are for but thanks for all the llamas
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I was using it to build a character for the Neverwinter Pre-Relase game and used the name for my dragonborn warlord. Fun times.
That is truely f%&in' amazing !
...good job bro
Now I Know One Of The Artists I Compared To ....
Keep IT Up
how could you train your imagination like that?
i mean how you make all those details and imagen those creatures?
i really really really wanna know
This is just so great in its movement, it comes to life everytime I look at it & the scene carries on visually in my mind. The hell hounds are perfectly done (yes, this is much better than fireballs on legs! Thankfully they saw this.). This scene is beautifully presented & I love the way that the Dragonborn dominates the scene & is framed by the archway, then your eyes are dran to the hellhounds & the figure of the female elf in the background, her expression is beautifully done as well. Bravo your awesomeness!!
squamous but helpful
the armour fo the dragonborn is breathless, and the Hell houds are simply impressive!!
Dragonborn Fighter: "GONNA GET ME SOME!!!" (Loud squishing sounds)
Half-Elf Rogue: "Oh, problem solved."
Hell Hounds farther down the hall: "Uh-oh..."
you cant beat the wizards...those who come from the coast...