I fell in love with this when I first saw it. If ever there was a city of adventure ready for exploration that I cold hand out at a D&D table.... this is the portrait of it. I actually wanted to make a 2d top down map of this place and run a campaign in it as soon as I saw it for the first time.
Would like a full view of the statues but overall it's pretty spectacular.
This is amazing and quite beautiful! I love the all the fine details, just absolutely amazing work.
Really nice job on this. Gorgeous stuff.
superb and inspiring
This is amazing :3
I like how this pieces depth works and in such a limited color palette, makes for a hopeful yet somber mood to me.
So cool xD
This is some really amazing and detailed art! Very well done!
Wow, I really like the figure with the sword
so much love for this piece! stunning.
I want to go to this place. That's what this pic make me feel
Incredible! And you know what a real sword looks like! Wonderful composition.
I'm new to digital painting/sketching, and I have a basic Bamboo fun tablet. I struggle to create pieces as detailed as this, and I know that practise is important, but I could really use some tips and pointers like what tools and brush presets do you use? what smudging techniques.
Absolutely amazing! Love the detail
what happened to those heads
so epic in scope!
Very nice. Likely doing anymore work for magic: the gathering?
Soooooooo cool! Love the colours and the perspective here.
Nice details, story, lighting + depth of field!
Ahh this is so great, but imo the rock texture you used on the right side destroys the whole feeling of the picture a little bit !
I want a compilation of all of these works on my bedroom wall.
this is so god damn epic!
Very good composition, nice color and deep atmospheric work.
Oh, my word! This is SO beautiful. I LOVE IT!!! Bravo!!!
This reminds me of the city on Wrath of the Titans
awesome piece. reminds me of GuildWars
Reminds me of Kirkwall in Dragon Age Two
Woah words can't express. It's just...wow
Shakar is sugar in Armenian, so this is the city of sugar Awesome work
you have some amazing dig paintings man! great stuff to watch