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Echoes - Episode 3 Preview by Cei-Ellem Echoes - Episode 3 Preview by Cei-Ellem
Rage filled Alistair as his grip tightened on his cane. How dare he...

So happy about this, I'm uploading it as I hurry to get ready for work. Absolutely zero postwork. I'm super proud!

Fun fact: this scene is actually backwards from what happened (Alistair was hit on the left side, and drew his sword with his left hand), but it's hard to see things on the left side of Alistair's face (because of his hair), and I already had an awesome sword pose for the right, so I reversed it for the render.

Set up in DAZ and rendered in LuxRender, with no postwork.

Recap here:
Echoes - Episode 3: Reviewing the Situation
Episode 3: Reviewing the Situation

The silence was palpable. With that smile still stretched across his face, the man walked up to the bar, stopped for a moment to fish some money from his pocket, then turned to Treddz. "Here's a little extra for your pains. I appreciate the service."

She swiped the cash from his hand without hesitation and made a small bow. "Pleasure doin' business with you sir!" Treddz straightened, then turned and gave Alistair a little salute. "See ya' 'round, Ali!" With that, she bounced out of the bar the same way she came in.

As soon as she was gone, the man's smile vanished, and he looked pointedly at Snow and P


And, once again, getting use out of that meme I filled (close-up of Alistair's expression):
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bunnystick Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
the blurry forshortening on the dudes arm alistar is hitting is awesome. i dunno what that stuck out. the whole deal is really cool and actiony. it'd take me forever to draw it by hand lol
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Cei-Ellem Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Heh, depth of field is my new friend. I love playing with it in my renders now.
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